This week’s public service announcement that friends don’t let friends not know about Alpine.js.
To illustrate this point, here are a couple of reactions to discovering Alpine.js:
Why didn’t anyone tell me about @Alpine_JS before?
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@click.away is one of those features that seems like Vue/React/Svelte should have but don’t, it’s an Alpine.js gem.
This week’s Alpine.js adopter is @kevinbatdorf with the Alpine.js Inline Devtools landing/demo page: https://kevinbatdorf.github.io/alpine-inline-devtools/
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For Laravel, Livewire + Alpine users, @jcergolj has published a simple authorisation system to laravellte: https://github.com/jcergolj/laravellte/tree/feature/simple-role-based-auth.
Alpine Inline Devtools by @kevinbatdorf now actually work inline (in an iframe), although using a popup still works, as a bonus, there’s a new demo page: https://kevinbatdorf.github.io/alpine-inline-devtools/