Is the following exchange with @horse_js a sign of things to come?
jquery was good
— Horse JS (@horse_js) May 28, 2020
Until @Alpine_JS Came.
— Nishant Singh (@_nscs) May 28, 2020
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Finally broke free from jQuery 🥳
It’s been sat in our framework for sometime, either being used, or not used on a project 👎
But as of today, we’re pure JS with a sprinkle of AlpineJS 🧂
— Jason Mayo 🍩 (@MadeByMayo) May 28, 2020
An Alpine.js success story from @JuanDMeGon
I finally finished replacing all the small Vue.js functionalities with @Alpine_JS.
The JS bundle reduced its size in a 66% 🥳 and I was able to be much more modular by the way 💪
— Web Development Instructor | JuanDMeGon (@JuanDMeGon) May 26, 2020
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Nothing this week but stay tuned, there’s a lot of good work going on with new features and bug fixes.