Tools

Fiddler rules for Aria Templates developers

Proper tooling is essential for development process. We’re pleased to opensource Fiddler rules file for Aria Templates users to facilitate debugging of AT applications. Fiddler is an extendable web debugging proxy. It can be used for a whole array of usage scenarios involving inspecting and redirecting web traffic. Our CustomRules file adds some options to …

How to migrate to Aria Templates with noder-js

As explained in this blog article, the latest non-backward-compatible release of Aria Templates (1.6.1) changes the way in which dependencies are managed by the framework. Thanks to the integration of noder-js, you are able to retrieve the dependencies you need in your modules with the require syntax, as dictated by the CommonJS specifications. The purpose of this …

Generator for AT project scaffolding

Following the modern trend in web development, we are happy to tell you that the Aria Templates automatic tool to create project scaffolding is here. Now, with the generator-ariatemplates, creating a basic AT project, a single AT skeleton file and an ‘Hello World’ project is something that you can do very fast. The goal of …

Aria Templates 1.3.1

Aria Templates 1.3.1 is finally available for the community. As usual you can get if from github 1.3.1, our website or npm. Few words on our release process and versioning first. We usually release a stable version every 3 weeks. Each of this versions comes with new features and bugfixes. Version number is compatible with …

Debugging the mobile web, iPhone and iPad apps from your desktop

This article aims to demonstrate how to debug an Aria Templates web application being browsed from an iPhone, iPad, or another touch enabled device whilst using your desktop computer with a remote web inspector called “Weinre”. Weinre? Weinre was created by Patrick Mueller of IBM back in 2010 as a prototype web inspector and is …