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Exploring UI Composition in Aurelia

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Rob Eisenberg looks at Aurelia’s approach to UI composition through an exploration of its component model. He shows how both conventional and explicit configuration models work together to provide a clean system for developers, all based on modern JavaScript decorators and metadata. He explains how Aurelia expands this approach by adding its own unique dynamic composition capabilities.

Bio

Rob Eisenberg is a Developer Experience Engineer, JavaScript Expert, and .NET Architect. Currently, he works as a Sr. Program Manager for Microsoft, helping to lead the effort in building docs.microsoft.com. He also leads the Aurelia project, a next generation JS client framework that leverages simple conventions to empower creativity.

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Aug 29, 2017

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