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Having built frameworks and engineered solutions across a variety of front-end platforms for over 10 years, the Aurelia Core Team has joined together to inject our combined experience into the Aurelia Framework, a tool we know will not only help you solve the real problems in your application development, but make you happy while you do it.
I have used Aurelia and love it.
But my management voices worries that Aurelia might be "some guy writing code in his garage" (and hence is not a long term framework to bet on).
I know you have many volunteers helping make it great, but how many paid developers do you have working on Aurelia?
I've been following Aurelia for almost a year, and have been really impressed with the progress made since it was first announced. What's the best way for your average web developer to help out the Aurelia community? Are there needs in terms of tutorials? Documentation? Evangelization? I want to do my part to make sure web developers know that Angular and React aren't the only major players out there.
Hope you don't mind for a second (and a third, while I'm here :P) question :)
Being so popular, one of the big plus of Angular is the great availability of documentations in various forms -- among that, books. What about Aurelia? Is there any project for a (or more then one) book? It seems I didn't find anything, even from publishers which usually supports "Beta" ebooks publishing (i.e. partial releases of a reduced set of chapters).
Also, it seems Angular 2 supports RxJS for functional programming; it's even included in their official quickstart application. What about Aurelia? By reading other replies it shouldn't be that hard to plug it in; am I wrong?
I'm in the process of a building my first aurelia app, which I initially built in Polymer. Although I found the aurelia learning curve a bit steeper, I'm now well on my way. We are already using react.js in our organisation. So, my question is specifically around aurelia vs react performance. Have you guys done any benchmarking against competing frameworks/libraries?
Is this something should (or eventually will) work?
Or do most JQuery input plugins interfere with he DOM too much to be able to do a value.bind?