In the past couple of weeks Alpine.js passed 14k stars (now sitting at around 14.1k) and we’ve seen websites big and small adopt Alpine.js.
🔥 If you need to pass a bound @Alpine_JS attribute to a @laravelphp Blade component, you can prefix the attribute name with two colons instead of one to tell Blade to not evaluate the attribute as a PHP expression. pic.twitter.com/NvKOBUKfDH
— Jason Beggs (@jasonlbeggs) February 10, 2021
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Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
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I can do SO MUCH with such little effort. Rewriting thousands of lines of legacy jQuery to a fraction of that with this new lightweight stack.
— willmartin.dev 🐝 (@willmartindev) February 10, 2021
Ok… playing with alpine.js and honestly, it’s pretty fun. It definitely makes quick work of things, granted I’m not that deep into all it (perhaps I?) can do yet but so far, it’s a good time.
— Collin (@collin_jilbert) February 6, 2021