I’ve got my CSS-in-JS solution for @Alpine_JS sorted 👀🤣
— James Browne (@onejamesbrowne) April 1, 2021
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Magic Helpers for @Alpine_JS is just shy of 2M hits a month! The two most popular helpers being $component, to sync and communicate between two components, and $screen, to hide/show based on screen size (think Tailwind’s md: or lg: variants)https://t.co/WDzdLwTXwu pic.twitter.com/qFL0BaFOqe
— Kevin Batdorf (@kevinbatdorf) April 1, 2021
You can fire a Livewire Event from Component and perform an Action by listening to it in your View using @Alpine_JS
You can also do the same thing by Dispatching a Browser Event from Livewire Component.
Below are equivalent. Which one you prefer?
— The Laravel Dev (@TheLaravelDev) April 1, 2021
Laravel Livewire tip: Doing conditional dropdowns with Select2
Just listen for an event and destroy/reinitialize select2 using Alpine.js pic.twitter.com/XmSLZ2OBxz
— Mackensie Alvarez (@greymattermack) March 26, 2021
Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
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ta-youtube.markusantonwolf.com is a Youtube Embed using Alpine and Tailwind.
tom-select.js.org thanks to Chris in Discord for sharing ‘An alternative to Select2 that doesn’t use jQuery’
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— Aaron Bushnell (@aaronbushnell) April 5, 2021
@calebporzio did a great job with alpinejs. I’ve spent some time working with it and for sure I will use it in any projects where I’m using jquery.
I’ve used jquery + handlebars in the past but @Alpine_JS is the new sheriff in the town.
— Dan Nicovski🐝 (@Nichovski) March 27, 2021