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I'm not a frontend expert though in this kind of things
usually libraries are recreating the <select> element I think
which is pretty unfortunate this is required
but maybe other people have better suggestions
Shivaji Rao
@shivajiraot
@mikefills Thank you. It clarifies.
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
Hi, I am interested in building hybrid applications with aurelia. Is there a good way to do that? I heard of aurelia interface, but there's not much information about it. Does anyone here have more?
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
@Jenselme can you give more details on what hybrid means in your scenario?
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@mikefills An application build with HTML5, CSS3 and JS to run on mobile devices like a native app. Currently I started the development of such an app with ionic2 (which uses Angular2). But I am using Aurelia on another project and I find it easier to use while still being very powerful. So what I would like is a ionic like way to build mobile applications with Aurelia.
A/D
@subset
Hi guys, have you experienced a problem where Aurelia is looking for your custom element in the dist/ root instead under the proper sub-folder?
I am receiving this strangely looking error message: Error loading http://localhost:9000/dist/select2.js as "select2" from http://localhost:9000/dist/elements/select2/select2.js
LP
@grofit
if you do an aurelia.globalizeResource("some-custom-attribute"); you don't need to do a <require from="some-custom-attribute"> right?
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
@subset how are you referencing the component exactly?
@Jenselme you are worried about controls look & feel designed for touch? otherwise it's just about the web-browser used to render and run the HTML & JS, like on desktop for example
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
@grofit I think it's called globalResources now, and yes you don't need to call require
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@mikefills yes I am worried about controls look & feel. I know that it's just a web browser and that I could do that manually with cordova but getting the look and feel right for at least android and ios sounds like quite a lot of work.
A/D
@subset
@grofit and @mikefills , I indeed just switched to globalResources. I'll have to admit I did something stupid though, and the select2.js that was being looked for in the dist/ root was actually not my element by the actual select2 vendor script, which was failing to load properly because it was removed from my jspm_packages due to a typo in config.js
so, problem solved, and as usual it was a problem created by me, not the framework :3
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
I would be cautious about using globalizeResources because it slows down the app start, doesn't it?
@Jenselme yes, if you want a look&feel which mimics the native, doing it from scratch by yourself is definitely not an option. I wonder if Aurelia UI will actually take care of this, do you know?
until Aurelia UI, I'd choose a popular control library for touch but which doesn't necessarily target to recreate the native controls. Even natively Android and iOS have different versions of the UI. But I guess this is my opinion, I don' that experience in this scenario/
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@mikefills I don't know about Aurelia UI. I heard of a project called Aurelia Interface https://github.com/joelcoxokc/aurelia-interface (empty git repo) or https://vimeo.com/146402788 for a video about it. From what I understand, it is what I need, but I am lacking information and ways to test it.
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
sorry, yeah I was referring to the same (rather mysterious) commercial project
oh didn't know about the video thanks
Pascal Fautré
@Scapal
@Jenselme look at Framework7, I started to toy with it and Aurelia
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@mikefills I found it today while googling about aurelia interface. But it is already 3 month old .
Pascal Fautré
@Scapal
@Jenselme jspm install github:nolimits4web/Framework7@1.4.2
bebo
@bebor

i am creating a customElement which would be then used like this:

<my-file-upload multi="true"></my-paper-file-upload>

export class MyFileUploadCustomElement {

the code is

@inject(Element)
export class XtPaperFileUploadCustomElement {

  @bindable multi;

  constructor(element) {
    this.element = element;
...
}

}

but this.multi would have the value true -- but not as boolean. it would be a string.

Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@Scapal Never heard of Framework7 before but it looks like a solution. Did you encounter any particular problems with it and Aurelia?
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
@Jenselme I personally don't like the web approach which tries to mimic the native. Instead just have your own theming if you want, otherwise users will notice here and there some hiccups in the UI and they will tend to compare it to native UI, and they will think you didn't polish your UI enough
Pascal Fautré
@Scapal
@Jenselme and to include the framework as a singleton I had to do this:
import 'framework7';

export class F7 {
  constructor() {
    this.App = new Framework7();
  }  
}
@Jenselme F7 has its own templating solution and a couple of other things overlapping Aurelia. I try to avoid those in order to have a clean Aurelia project. That’s the difficult part, knowing what to use from the Framework7 and what to do it using Aurelia views.
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
another thing to take into account is that, whenever Apple or Google comes with a new UI paradigm, whatever you use has to be updated, it will now look old
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@mikefills I don't have a lot of experience with mobile and hybrid applications, but I think that for our project, and the easy way to support android and ios, it looks like the way to go. Plus I'd like to avoid Java and Swift development if I can and stay on web technologies. I am not sure if having our own theme would be that good: it would break user expectancies.
Pascal Fautré
@Scapal
I’m still hesitant regarding going further with F7, I really would like to hear some news about Aurelia-Interface. I’d hate to invest weeks in Framework7 if Aurelia-Interface is just around the corner.
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@Scapal thanks, I'll try that latter today.
@Scapal same here!
@mikefills agreed, updated UI can be a pain. But I guess that a good framework could take part of the pain out.
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
@Jenselme sometimes it depends on the app you want to do. I'd look to web frameworks which actually create native controls (FuseTools, ScriptNative, ReactNative, etc) or use Xamarin.
but it depends, Aurelia can work just fine for mobile too, the UI is most important part I think
maybe someone will create a framework based on Aurelia with custom controls but which create native controls.
it will require some kind of a bridge between native and a virtual DOM
Pascal Fautré
@Scapal
@joelcoxokc Could you keep us updated on the progress of Aurelia-Interface ? Is there a roadmap? Will it directly provide component using Cordova? Is there a date? How does it compare to Framework7 and Ionic? What about the pricing?
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
can anyone point to apps in stores which use Framework7 ?
Pascal Fautré
@Scapal
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
thanks
Julien Enselme
@Jenselme
@mikefills I really hope Aurelia can work well on mobile. Since there is no information on aurelia interface, I was thinking that maybe I should start something. But it looks huge. Plus I have no experience of such a project. Maybe framework7 can help reduce the pain.
opcodewriter
@opcodewriter
has anyone started a Framework7 plugin for Aurelia?
@Scapal you have I think
xtrimf
@xtrimf
Hi guys - I need help with the tutorial..its not working for some reason...