Aurelia is a gorgeous framework that uses clean code without sacrificing power and it works around principles like this one: “Convention over Configuration”, although leaving the possibility of bending the conventions or rules when developing. Saving time, less error-prone, Aurelia makes the wheels turn. Users who are already aquainted to NPM, Gulp or other package managers will get used to Aurelia’s natural feel and cleaniness right away.
Aurelia is divided into a number of modules which allows you to configure which parts you really want and combine or plug them together. After that, with the use of Dependency Injection system, you can add registered plugins, making the afterwards testing feel more comfortable.
Why is it called “next generation”, as we said earlier, beginning this article?
Web Components is another treat that makes Aurelia the “next generation” framework. Aurelia Components cand be transformed into Web Components and, with the new form, can be exported to other web apps, even if they are not written in Aurelia. It is also possible that you can import other Web Components into your Aurelia app, making them reusable and actual.
Aurelia is built as to be compatible with desktop app strategies and hybrid mobile strategies. The ever evolving use of mobile devices nowadays is making Aurelia an advantage for your business, being not use only on classic desktop web browsers.
These few, but powerful features may make you think that Aurelia is not making wonders. But if you are searching for a suitable framework to build Single Page Applications, Aurelia is the best decision. Why not choose other SPA frameworks? Well, they really don’t have the “future-proof” necessary to make your project run updated, clean, with a fast progress in mind, just like modern development demands.
Future holds unlimited possibilites and we already know some of them, features being added, like Aurelia Interface, a tool that will help you write Hybrid Apps, just like Ionic. Safe bet that the next SPA written should involve the Aurelia next-gen framework.