Manuel Guilbault's Blog

Adding deep linking support to an Azure Functions-based Aurelia app

In the previous posts of this serie, we saw a very unexpensive solution to host an Aurelia app on Azure. We also saw how to automate the deployment process of an Aurelia app on Azure using Visual Studio Team Services. However, the current state of the solution doesn't support deep linking if the app uses the router in push state mode. In this po... Read more

#Azure #VSTS #DevOps

Deploying an Aurelia app on Azure using VSTS

In my previous post, I explained how to host an Aurelia application on Azure for very cheap. In this post, I'll explain how to use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to easily deploy a static website or SPA application to Azure. Read more

#Azure #VSTS #DevOps

Hosting an Aurelia app on Azure

When it comes to hosting a static website on Azure, there are multiple possibilities, each with their own advantages and limitations. One of those possibilities is to host the static files as a Web Application. However, this can be a pretty expensive solution, as the cheapest pricing tier supporting custom domains is a little more than 8 euros p... Read more

#Azure #Aurelia #Web

Multiple Aurelia apps in a single ASP.NET Core application

I’ve been recently working on an ASP.NET Core MVC application for a tour operator company. The application follows the standard MVC navigation principles: You search for flights between two cities, for a specific time period; You see a grid with the flights matching the criteria, displaying all sorts of yielding information (sold seats, c... Read more

#Aurelia #JS #Web #.NET

Aurelia - feedback from the trenches

I’ve been using Aurelia to write multiple applications of various size for more than a year now, and I thought it might be interesting for some people to get some real-life feedback. All in all, the framework is awesome. Aurelia’s developer experience is much better than that of other frameworks I’ve worked with (*cough* Angular *cough*). It’... Read more

#Aurelia #JS #Web