Expect a new influx of Alpine.js adopters after Evan You (creator of Vue.js) praised it earlier this week, which took the Alpine.js repo over 8k stars and the 2nd most starred JS library this month per @pacovitiello
FWIW I think @Alpine_JS is great - fills a niche where even Vue is a bit too heavy handed. I am happy to see other people take the good ideas from Vue and find good use cases for them.
— Evan You (@youyuxi) May 17, 2020
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He’s not the only one with praise and interest in Alpine, @SaraSoueidan‘s followers seemed to sway her to have a go (that thread is a great place for Alpine.js learning resources). While @Adamonsoon, @flaviocopes (blogger/author) and @diervo (from the team behind observable-membrane) reflected and praised the progress being made in the OSS ecosystem as a whole (Vue, Alpine…).
x-on:click.awayin Alpine vs the Vue equivalent
Computed properties in Alpine.js by @teamcodecourse which is inspired by a post from @ryangjchandler: [An Alternative Approach to Computed Properties in Alpine.js](https://ryangjchandler.co.uk/articles/an-alternative-approach-to-computed-properties-in-alpinejs)
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Caleb just streamed some work on an
x-bind="someValue" directive syntax and has a work in progress PR for anyone who wants to check it out: github.com/alpinejs/alpine/pull/515
x-transition:leave-*and no enter transition were being “shown” one tick after $nextTick, even though there is no transition for them. #492