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  • Build a modern single-page web application
  • Understand the workflow of an Aurelia application
  • Design reusable web components, which can be shared and integrated into various frameworks and libraries
  • Write clean, modular, and testable code that will be easy to maintain and evolve
  • Use all the latest–and even future–web standards, so the application gathers minimal technical debt

Aurelia is one of the most promising new JavaScript frameworks for mobile, desktop, and web, which makes developing powerful, modern web applications a straightforward task. Its power lies in its simplicity and clear workflow that enables developers to build next-generations apps for the web with ease.

From initial structuring to full deployment, this book will serve as a step-by-step guide to develop a modern web application from scratch with the Aurelia framework. In addition to including a comprehensive coverage of various Aurelia framework features, this book will also show you how to utilize these features in the real world to develop a professional single-page web application. You’ll see how to make the most out of Aurelia by understanding the Aurelia workflow and then applying it in real-world development tasks. By the end of the book, you will have learned to develop a clean and maintainable application in Aurelia from scratch.

  • Develop well-designed, decoupled, and testable single-page applications with Aurelia
  • Leverage the latest web standards to increase code performance, readability, and cross-compatibility
  • Understand how Aurelia is organized and use its innovative MVC approach to design professional-quality web apps
Page Count 474
Course Length 14 hours 13 minutes
ISBN 9781785889677
Date Of Publication 26 Dec 2016


Manuel Guilbault

Manuel Guilbault is a Canadian-born, France-based developer, and works as the CTO of an online marketing startup. After studying software engineering in Montreal, he worked as a full-stack web developer for well-known clients in the press industry, automotive industry, and financial sector for 10 years.

An Aurelia enthusiast since day one, he closely followed the development of the framework, while modestly contributing to it and blogging and talking about it. He is an active member of the Paris Aurelia meetup group.

Passionate about software craftsmanship, agility, and lean principles, he loves to learn and debate about how we do things, why we do them this way, and how they can be improved.