Starter kits for building a standard navigation-style app with Aurelia.
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aurelia-skeleton-navigation

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Quickstart: Download link for the latest Skeletons

These skeletons are only supported when running on the latest Node LTS (4.x) release or the latest Node Current (6.x) release. You must be running NPM >=3 with the skeletons. Running npm install using NPM 2.x will not work.


This library is part of the Aurelia platform and provides production quality skeletons for people ready to build apps. There are various skeleton options available, depending on your platform and tooling choices.

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Available Skeletons

Please see the individual readme files within each skeleton for an explanation of how to get setup.

Note: We recommend that you only use officially released versions of these skeletons, rather than working directly from the master branch. You can go to the Github releases tab to find the related downloads.

ESNext Skeletons

  • skeleton-esnext-webpack - This project is configured to use the Babel transpiler so that you can write your application using either language. It should work well with any standard text editor. This skeleton uses NPM for package management and Webpack for bundling.
  • skeleton-esnext - This project is configured to use the Babel transpiler so that you can write your application with ESNext code. It should work well with any standard text editor. This skeleton uses JSPM for package management and SystemJS for loading and bundling.
  • skeleton-esnext-aspnetcore - This is an ASP.NET Core web project pre-configured for building a .NET backend and an Aurelia front-end. It is configured for full ES Next support with Babel, similar to the standard skeleton-esnext option. This skeleton uses JSPM for package management and SystemJS for loading and bundling.

TypeScript Skeletons

  • skeleton-typescript-webpack - This project is configured to use the TypeScript transpiler so that you can write your application using either language. It should work well with any standard text editor. This skeleton uses NPM for package management and Webpack for bundling.
  • skeleton-typescript - This project is configured to use the TypeScript transpiler so that you can write your application using TypeScript. It should work well with any standard text editor, however it has been specially configured to work well with VSCode and Atom, including full TypeScript intellisense for app, unit test and e2e test code. This skeleton uses JSPM for package management and SystemJS for loading and bundling.
  • skeleton-typescript-aspnetcore - This is an ASP.NET Core web project configured for building a .NET backend and an Aurelia front-end. It is configured for full TypeScript support, similar to the standard skeleton-typescript option. This skeleton uses JSPM for package management and SystemJS for loading and bundling.