Alpine is at 13.4k stars at the time of writing, still a way to go to jQuery but in the same ballpark as Stimulus (which is at 10k stars at the time of writing). GitHub stars aren’t everything but you know, Ember is next on the hitlist (although they’re really not about the JS sprinkles).
Frontend Frameworks/Libraries With Most Stars on GitHub.
Vue js - 178K ⭐
React - 162K ⭐
Angular - 70K ⭐
jQuery - 54.4K ⭐
Svelte - 42.3K ⭐
Ember js - 21.7K ⭐
Alpine js - 13.2K ⭐
— Steve7x (@anonymous_Stv) January 18, 2021
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Here’s a super cool tool for Alpine.js + TailwindCSS users, a transition builder/preview 👍 awesome work from @david_hallin
GHPages Deployment: https://t.co/IrAqXrh8q5
— David Hallin (@david_hallin) January 20, 2021
Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
x-initon non-root elements there’s a gist and demo by @kevinbatdorf by @asantibanez
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Alpine.js devtool 0.2.2 is out with a re-shuffle of the UI to support tabs (credit to @stephenoldham) and removal of unncessary permissions.
John Papa & Jack Ellis are the latest to catch the Alpine.js bug
— John Papa (@John_Papa) January 16, 2021
The pages I render have sub-views. Those sub-views contain HTML & Alpine code. I then have a global method that handles AJAX, and it accepts a path, a data object and an Alpine object. The request then populates error/success attrs on the alpine object based on the JSON response.
— Jack Ellis (@JackEllis) January 21, 2021
Ok, alpine.js, I see you.
Just by adding a few attributes to some existing HTML, I was able to open/close behavior for a nav menu. Almost zero learning curve and took me about 60 seconds. 🤯https://t.co/0p4VMjfn6v pic.twitter.com/YFWLT6xMTG
— 🔥 Josh Branchaud 👻 (@jbrancha) January 22, 2021
I’m finding @Alpine_JS to be very very productive. It’s occupies an excellent sweet spot and is very easy to learn. I highly recommend it.
— Jesse Scaryland (@youngElPaso) January 18, 2021