I’ve created an app to help enhance the learning & practicing Aurelia experience. It’s focused on toying with examples for various basic syntaxes, concepts now, and more advanced usages in near future. You can have a play at https://aurelia-by-examples.netlify.app/
Very good idea.
I will share this among my team.
I think this kind of “playground” should be imbedded along side the documentation as well.
This seems to only work on Chrome or Edge … Firefox 89 shows
# "importmap" unavailable This application uses importmap feature, more info about browser support can be found here [https://caniuse.com/import-maps.](https://caniuse.com/import-maps) The information about the feature, which is in proposal state can be seen here https://github.com/WICG/import-maps If you are using Chrome & Edge, it should work fine, unless your version is older than 89 If you are using Safari, the status of the implementation can be tracked here https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=220823 If you are using Firefox, the status of the implementation can be tracked here https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1688879
Added a section showing the basic of how to use portal attribute https://aurelia-by-examples.netlify.app/#portal.
This is a feature in v2, which is the port of v1 plugin here https://github.com/aurelia-contrib/aurelia-portal-attribute.
This is fantastic. This is another thing I never knew about
using a promise for a conditional was also new. Please keep this stuff coming