Writing your own file uploader is great! It means you have full control over your user scenario. You own the UX, and you don’t have to pull in large clunky third party packages that slow down your site and might
Using Dragula with Aurelia 2 and TypeScript
Learn how to implement Drag and Drop easily in Aurelia 2 with Dragula!
A Productive Aurelia 2 Build Setup
Configuring the ultimate build setup for your new Aurelia 2 projects, making you even more productive!
Using VS Code Tasks to Create Template Files
As I was starting a new Aurelia 2 project, I realized I wanted a quick way to produce files for a new component. On top of creating files, I also want some editing to happen. 🤔 VS Code Tasks to
Dynamic Module Imports in Aurelia 2
In this article we’ll have a look at working with dynamic module loading in Aurelia2. I’ll be using dumber.js as module bundler, but the concepts are applicable to other bundlers as well. Disclaimer! This code was written when Aurelia 2
Using gRPC in Aurelia 2
If you have been reading about gRPC for a while, but haven’t gotten around to check it out, this is your guide to using gRPC in Aurelia 2!
Faster, Better, Cheaper, Greener – AureliaWeekly v2
During the Easter I made a push to finish up a project I’ve had running for a long while now (spare time is nothing I got an abundance of 🤣). A total remake of AureliaWeekly.com! It’s what I’ve been spending
Azure DevOps Pipeline for Static Aurelia Apps
For those who tried out hosting their Aurelia apps as a static website on Azure Storage, and liked it. Here’s a yaml pipeline description that will make it super easy to deploy it in a proper CI/CD fashion with Azure
Hosting an Aurelia App on Azure Storage Static Websites
I always use ASP.NET Core to host my Aurelia apps, just in case I should need any server side functionality. In reality I often end up separating any serious API’s or back-end functionality in to other Web Apps or other
Publish Your Aurelia App in Azure
Publishing Your Aurelia App in Azure If you have an Aurelia app served with .NET Core and want to host it as an Azure Web App, there are several ways to publish it. I am using a PowerShell based approach