Decided to tidy up the Spruce docs and create a dedicated website, no more README file mess.
If you fancy reviewing, I’d love to get some feedback <3 https://docs.ryangjchandler.co.uk/spruce/
— Ryan Chandler (@ryangjchandler) November 12, 2020
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— Carl Johnson (@carlmjohnson) November 13, 2020
I can’t stress this enough - AlpineJS is SO good for WordPress development. All the modern JS goodness without sacrificing server-side rendering.
— Alex Standiford (@AlexStandiford) November 12, 2020
Really loving @Alpine_JS in server-side rendered templates. So much you can do with so little.
— Vineet Thanedar (@vinthanedar) November 11, 2020
— Adam Millerchip (@ExAdamu) November 11, 2020
Man @Alpine_JS ftw, I just implemented a testimonial carousel with 83 lines of code, including the twig template, stub data, JS, and style tag
— Dustin LeBlanc 🤘🎸🐘 (@DustinLeblanc) November 9, 2020
Using animate.css with alpine is very powerful. Cuts down on a lot of work that’s needed to setup animations with tailwind. Here is a side menu animation example using that combo.@Alpine_JS @tailwindcss pic.twitter.com/WmW79r3eVG
— Weston Walker (@WesWalker2112) November 7, 2020
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