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The official command line tooling for Aurelia. Use the CLI to create projects, scaffold components and bundle your app for release.
Early work on Aurelia vNext
Aurelia single state store based on RxJS
A validation plugin for Aurelia.
An extensible HTML templating engine supporting databinding, custom elements, attached behaviors and more.
A powerful client-side router.
The aurelia framework brings together all the required core aurelia libraries into a ready-to-go application-building platform.
A standard set of behaviors, converters and other resources for use with the Aurelia templating library.
A user experience framework with higher-level capabilities, designed to bring simplicity and elegance to building cross-device, rich experiences.
A dialog plugin for Aurelia.
An Aurelia extension for the VS Code editor that provides HTML syntax highlighting, statement completion and CLI integration.
An implementation of the RouteLoader interface for use with the router module. Also contains a custom element that allows the templating engine to display the current route.
Sets up the default configuration for the aurelia framework and gets you up and running quick and easy.
A plugin that provides a virtualized repeater and other virtualization services.
A plugin that provides i18n support.
An implementation of the templating engine's Binding Language abstraction which uses a pluggable command syntax.
Core functionality for Aurelia's hot-module-reolad (HMR) capabilities, which is shared by all loaders and tools.
Starter kits for building a standard navigation-style app with Aurelia.
A plugin for webpack that enables bundling Aurelia applications.
An application that showcases the various features of Aurelia UX.
The minimal set of polyfills needed to run Aurelia.
A plugin capable of transforming Aurelia components into standards-compliant Web Components.
An implementation of Aurelia's loader interface to enable webpack.
A simple task queue for the browser that enables the queuing of both standard tasks and micro tasks.
An HTTP Client based on the Fetch standard.
A simple, restful, message-based wrapper around XMLHttpRequest.
An implementation of the history interface based on standard browser hash change and push state mechanisms.