— Rich Klein (@richeklein) February 11, 2022
Also featured this week, are 2 wordle clones in Alpine.js:
SO many JS files full of redundant event handlers are easily replaced with simple, inline @Alpine_JS components.
— Joseph Farruggio (@Joey_Farruggio) February 2, 2022
You can easily implement Copy to Clipboard Functionality using @Alpine_JS with a few lines of code.
— The Laravel Dev (@TheLaravelDev) February 8, 2022
🔥 When working with @Alpine_JS you can use the
entitiesmodifiers to pass data into an Alpine component.
— Statamic (@statamic) January 28, 2022
@Alpine_JS x-intersect gotcha.
It’s common for x-intersect to not fire if you’re scrolling slowly.
To fix this, use x-intersect:enter.https://t.co/y1JoeEudpn
— Joseph Farruggio (@Joey_Farruggio) January 22, 2022
Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
This newsletter supported by my GitHub Sponsors.
🥳 Alpine Components are here!
📦 9 Core UI Components
📺 “watch-me-build-these” Screencasts
⌨️ Keyboard Accessible
🔑 Lifetime access
🔌 3rd Party Integrations like Trix (coming soon)
🙏 Livewire Support (coming soon)
Launch sale/early access for: $99
— Caleb Porzio (@calebporzio) February 10, 2022
⚡️ I’ve just released v1.0.0 of my
alpine-tooltippackage for @Alpine_JS. This release includes a new `$tooltip` magic function that can be used to manually create tooltips on any element. Check it out in the docs!
— Ryan Chandler (@ryangjchandler) February 9, 2022
Created a Laravel Component to mimic the Select2 Functionality using @Alpine_JS.
— The Laravel Dev (@TheLaravelDev) February 1, 2022
x-ifsub expressions still being evaluated after
x-ifevals to false