Aurelia-orm uses aurelia-api to talk to the server. By default, it will communicate with the domain you're hosting your app on. If you wish to change the endpoints used, you should take a look at configuring aurelia-api.

Registering entities

Upon configuration you can register your entities. Code speaks louder than words, so here's an example:

// Bulk import your entities:
import * as entities from 'config/entities';
/*  Note:
 *  This might not work with all module loaders as additional entries can be added to 'entities'.
 *  In this case, either import your entities by name or filter them using Entity.isPrototypeOf(YourEntity) === true .

export function configure(aurelia) {

    // Initialize validation first, if you want to use it
    // .plugin('aurelia-validation')

    // Register the plugin, and register your entities
    .plugin('aurelia-orm', builder => {

  aurelia.start().then(a => a.setRoot());

Here's what your config/entities.js file might look like:

export {User} from 'entity/user';
export {Article} from 'entity/article';
export {Category} from 'entity/category';

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