A few courses have been cropping up, the latest of which is Sprinkle declarative, reactive behaviour on your HTML with Alpine JS on egghead.io by @simonswiss who apparently wrote an Alpine.js course without knowing there’s a Discord community.
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@bep, the creator of Hugo (the Static Site Generator, not the curator of this newsletter) and Simone have been working on a PR to fix some turbolinks issues and in the meantime had this public service announcement for anyone who’s doing Turbolinks + Alpine.js:
Just a heads up about @calebporzio ‘s AlpineJS – before going down that route, you could saye some gray hairs by waiting for this to merge first: https://t.co/JVA9E764ig (esp. if Turbolinks is also on the menu).
— GoHugo.io (@GoHugoIO) May 8, 2020
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alpine-minimal-boilerplate, is a one-file Alpine.js boilerplate. The irony of a boilerplate for a project that doesn’t need one isn’t lost on me. What’s nice is that you’ve now got a place to refer to for Alpine.js links: example.codewithhugo.com/alpine-minimal-boilerplate/.
The Alpine.js repo is now at 7.6k stars, which means people are liking what they see.
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