The Eisenberg Effect

The Eisenberg Effect

Musings on UI frameworks, libraries and all things related to front-end architecture and development.


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Introducing Aurelia

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I'm totally stoked!!! Why? Because I finally get to share Aurelia with the JavaScript world. What is it you might ask? It's a next generation JavaScript client framework unlike anything else available today. Cut to The Chase Several months ago I left the Angul…

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Leaving Angular

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After almost ten months with the Angular 2.0 team, I've come to the conclusion that it's time to part ways. A beginning is a very delicate time. For almost a decade I've been creating open source UI frameworks to help developers simply and quickly build clean,…

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All About Angular 2.0

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Have questions about the strategy for Angular 2.0? This is the place. In the following article I'll explain the major feature areas of Angular 2.0 along with the motivations behind any changes. Following each section, I'll provide you with my own opinions and…

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Adventures in AngularJS 2.0

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Interested in hearing a bit about what's happening with AngularJS 2.0? Hop on over to the Adventures in Angular podcast and check out their latest episode "ng 2.0 with Rob Eisenberg". I'm really thankful for having the opportunity to come on the show and shar…

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Durandal 2.x Training

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Building your first Single Page Application can be a daunting task. Learning a new framework to help you do it can be challenging as well. Fortunately, several framework communities, such as those associated with Angular, Durandal and Ember, are maturing rapid…

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Durandal 2.1.0 Released!

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Today, I'm pleased to announce the official release of Durandal 2.1.0. This release contains many bug fixes, some new features and some performance enhancements. There are no breaking changes to APIs and behavior should remain the same as before (minus bugs of…

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Caliburn.Micro 2.0 Released!

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Announcing a new version of Caliburn.Micro with support for all Xaml platforms, PCL and Universal app support, an improved web site and docs and new leadership for the future. The Release I'm elated to announce that today we are officially releasing Caliburn.M…