More than one year on, it’s great to see new people discovering Alpine.js every week. We’ve got a bunch of new tools released so make sure to read all the way to the Code & Tools section.
First glance at @Alpine_JS, and I can totally relate on the separation of concern!
The framework helps you deal with the DOM without the need for
— Toheeb Ogunbiyi (@ToheebDotCom) March 6, 2021
I love explanations of Alpine.js, they stand the test of time, here’s a thread I wrote more than a year ago, all of which I would stand by today.
What’s Alpine.js and why should I care?
In short, Alpine.js is for developers who aren’t looking to build an SPA, it’s lightweight (~7kb gzip) & designed to write markup-driven client-side JS.
— Hugo (@hugo__df) March 10, 2020
An issue with loads of longer form content, do scroll to the “Articles & Tutorials” section. It’s also the 52nd edition of Alpine.js Weekly, so happy 1 year to us.
Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
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Alpine.js devtools v0.3.0 has been released with a new “warnings” tab that shows Alpine eval errors + a fix to x-model updates updating the devtools data. See the release notes or get it for Chrome: chrome.google.com/webstore/detai…, Firefox: addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/…
Timber + Advanced Custom Fields + TailwindCSS + AlpineJS = the TATA stack.
— anu (@anu) March 8, 2021