If you had told me six years ago that I would one day write HTML that looked liked this, I would have called you a lying dog-faced pony soldier. I would never write such horrible markup.
…But here we are. 🎉 pic.twitter.com/pjy3fRiEeq
— Jeffrey Way (@jeffrey_way) June 11, 2020
Jeffrey Way is not the only one enjoying putting everything in his markup.
— ⚡Jalaj⚡ (@codewithjalaj) June 11, 2020
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Alpine seems to have some people excited not just about “everyting in markup”
Reading about Alpine.js so I can be Down With The Cool Framework kids, but not using code from Massive Creepy Org or arseing about with bundlers and a toolchain the size of France. https://t.co/l3VFb56PeV
— Bruce Lawson, Antifa. Black Lives Matter. (@brucel) June 9, 2020
You know another thing I love about @alpinejs? Built-in debounce! That’s 90% of my usual headaches with vanilla js gone at no extra cost.
— Jannis Borgers (@jannisborgers) June 7, 2020
How to create carousel / slider using Alpine JS + Tailwindcss by @nemrut_co (@MuzafferDede‘s company I believe)
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@terry_upton is looking for someone to pick up some Alpine work.
I am looking to partner up with someone who can help me with bits here and there, sprinkles of JS/@Alpine_JS or Vue and sometimes @CraftCMS modules. Can’t promise huge amounts of work. But I need someone who can support adhoc. #craftcms #alpinejs
DMs open if you want to chat…
— Terry Upton (@terry_upton) June 12, 2020