Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
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The Magic Helpers project for is now at version 1.0!
$parent helpers are functionally in line with a native Alpine component, see the release github.com/alpine-collective/alpine-magic-helpers/releases/tag/v1.0.0, props to @kevinbatdorf for his work on this.
— George Buckingham (@gbuckingham89) February 17, 2021
oh wow @Alpine_JS is great for basically anything i didn’t want to use jQuery in the first place anyways
— Gregor Vostrak (@introsort) February 17, 2021
— awcodes (@awcodes1) February 16, 2021
Manque qu’à retravailler les pages CV et contat et je pourrais enfin mettre en ligne mon blog sous @eleven_ty \o/
— Franck 🍋👨🏻💻 (@furankum) February 16, 2021
AlpineJS may be ugly as hell to look at but it works really beautifully. I’ve just used it to add Show/Hide Password functionality to a project in about 2 minutes, replacing “Confirm Password” - most users seems to prefer that approach.
— Code With Feeling (@codewithfeeling) February 15, 2021
Designing landing pages with @tailwindcss feels like cheating. This is currently a work in progress and not finished yet, but it took less than two hours to build this and it is fully responsive and includes a toggle (@Alpine_JS) for mobile navigation. pic.twitter.com/gOiu19NZRf
— Dominik Geimer (@DominikGeimer) February 15, 2021
W/o so many optmizations the Lighthouse score is pretty good.
The website is also using just a little bit of @Alpine_JS , and some custom API to connect to Facebook content.
THANK YOU for all these great tools and ressources, definitely deserve more visibility in France ! pic.twitter.com/oEduYUPETT
— Baptiste Turquet (@baptisteturquet) February 14, 2021
Alpine.js is amazing, I don’t know why I waited so long to try it.
Feels like Tailwind & Vue, but is super minimal and works well with SSR applications!
— Daksh 👨💻🙅♂️ (@dakmig) February 14, 2021
I have put off looking at the core technologies behind @Hyva_io because I’ve not been in the best headspace to look at new tech.
I know what my next web project will be using!
— indefinite[dev]il (@indefinitedevil) February 12, 2021
The 2021 SaaS startup stack:
- Laravel & Spark
- Tailwind CSS
- Alpine JS
- Digital Ocean (Droplets/App Platform)#startup #Laravel #business
— Vaugen Wakeling (@vaugenwake) February 13, 2021