If you told me 5 years ago that my favourite part of coding today was writing HTML I’d call you crazy.
But, MY WORD, coding in Blade with Alpine and Tailwind backing it is SUCH a nice experience
— Liam Hammett (@LiamHammett) September 16, 2020
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first time using Alpine.js
so far, combine with TailwindCSS is the duo minimalist which is perfect for my needs
— Tony S. (@sanjayatony) September 17, 2020
LOL! I just opened twitter to say something similar. I don’t consider myself a front-end expert, so it’s always a little rough when working with that end of things. But, I just spent the morning with @laravelphp blade, @Alpine_JS, and @tailwindcss....and it’s been fantastic..! 🤓
— Travis Elkins (@traviselkins) September 16, 2020
With respect to @LaravelLivewire, @tailwindcss and @Alpine_JS combinations, I’ve found that is easier and quicker to roll-your-own to meet specific requirements than to install, configure and customise some third-party package. This is a big deal.
— Chris (@ninthspace) September 12, 2020
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