In the new release of aurelia-cli (0.24.0) in 1/12/2017, AureliaJS Team added html minification New Aurelia Features and Release Notes - 1/12/2017.
Recently I was doing some clean up (deleting) my emacs buffers and I has a kind of boring task having to open each buffer and kill it (one at a time).
But I found that that you can do it quickly with Helm.
If you run M-x
helm-mini (I have it mapped to C-2), you can see a list of open buffers, and by scrolling through the list and selecting the ones you want to delete with C-Space.
I’ve been trying to find a way to move up and down a page, without actually moving the point. It’s good if you want to take a look around the file.
From Emacs website, were (pretty nice website they have now :)) it reads:
An extensible, customizable, free/libre text editor — and more.
Creating links in Aurelia is really easy:
Today I need to create a simple custom component/attribute to handle some formatting of dates on-the-fly in the html.
Working with AureliaJS is really easy to create the custom components / attributes. Also Moment is really awesome for date formatting.