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A highly configurable custom element for use in your Aurelia applications for inserting Google Maps into your application. Now you have Google Maps configured, to use it simply use the custom element <google-map></google-map> in your views.
Author routes in your Aurelia applications using JSON files. Like you would any other plugin. Simply include it and then supply the location of your route files. The following assumes you have a routes folder in your root application directory (one up from src).
A dependency free tabs component for your Aurelia applications. Allows you to toggle between sections of content, with supports for dynamically composing views with optional data. This plugin is comprised of multiple components to be used together.
A plugin skeleton for creating Aurelia plugins written using TypeScript. Supports testing, different formats and more. Run the following Node scripts defined in the package.json file to perform linting, testing, building and more.
Aurelia-Bootstrap-Plugins was coded to bridge with a set of commonly used 3rd party Bootstrap addons. The goal of these Plugins is to support, as much as possible, the full suite of (options, methods & events) from their original 3rd party addons while easily using them in Aurelia. Contributions are welcome. This plugin was created to help the community (and myself), if you wish to suggest something and/or want to make a PR (Pull Request), please feel free to do so.
At some point in the future it will hopefully be a viable alternative to other data grids. You can specify the columns and their templates in-line in the markup. This gives you a view-friendly way of defining a data-grid so you can safely re-use your viewmodels.
This plugin is part of the Aurelia platform. It sets up a wrapper for the i18next library. This repo has been moved to an official Aurelia repository which you can find here: https://github.com/aurelia/i18n. All further development will be done over there.
Examples for the Aurelia-Store plugin. If au run does not work, make sure to install aurelia-cli globally via npm install -g aurelia-cli or respectively yarn global add aurelia-cli if you're using Yarn.
add mdc & plugin to one of your bundle's dependencies in aurelia.json. The plugin automaticaly adds data-mdc-auto-init="MDCRipple" to the button above and initializes it, so you do not have to add it to any of the components available.