Seems like Alpine made some waves in the State of JS 2020, you can see the JS framework results at: https://2020.stateofjs.com/en-US/technologies/front-end-frameworks/
Frontend framework satisfaction (%) ranking from “State of JS 2020”
1️⃣ Svelte (89%)
2️⃣ React (88%)
3️⃣ Vue.js (85%)
4️⃣ Alpine.js (82%)
5️⃣ Preact (78%)
6️⃣ LitElement (78%)
7️⃣ Stimulus (67%)
8️⃣ Angular (42%)
9️⃣ Ember (42%)
What’s your favorite?
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Great snippet by Kevin if you’re an Tailwind UI user, auto-copy Alpine.js code from Tailwind UI:
If you’re using my Tampermonkey snippet to auto copy the @Alpine_JS code from @tailwindui I just updated it to work with their recent changes. It will copy the exact markup used in their demos including the Alpine directive, etc.https://t.co/WPYXratqX2
— Kevin Batdorf (@kevinbatdorf) January 14, 2021
Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
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v2.5.0 of Spruce is out, with methods to work with Spruce from outside of Alpine.js components.
In last week’s newsletter, we had a tip about loading up Alpine without the CDN in a Laravel project. @magicroundabout has made an attempt at an asset cacher for this use-case (minus the build step): github.com/rosswintle/laravel-asset-cache
Very very productive.
— Jesse Scaryland (@youngElPaso) January 13, 2021
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