Last week, Alpine.js 2.6.0 landed with a couple of bug fixes and support for “await” inside of event handlers
🔥just landed in Alpine.js 2.6.0
Use “await” inside of event handler bindings
— Hugo (@hugo__df) August 14, 2020
@kevinbatdorf is creating shareable Alpine.js helpers for you, go check it out on GitHub https://github.com/KevinBatdorf/alpine-magic-helpers
Going to work on adding a bunch of helper methods to use with @Alpine_JS. Currently I only have 3 setup ($fetch, $interval, and $truncate) but will add more over time. Let me know if you have some suggestions for other helps you’d like! https://github.com/KevinBatdorf/alpine-magic-helpers
— Kevin Batdorf (@kevinbatdorf) August 16, 2020
He’s even got something working for accessing data from parent components in nested components using
The syntax would be intuitive as this:
— Kevin Batdorf (@kevinbatdorf) August 18, 2020
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— Pascal Baljet (@pascalbaljet) August 19, 2020
Some people might not know that
$watch supports nested object/array properties using dot-notation.
You can watch deep/nested array/object properties using dot notation, thanks @jeffrey_way for asking 😬
— Hugo (@hugo__df) August 20, 2020
Here are this week’s Alpine.js adopters:
Over about 4 days, I built a fully functional, interactive, responsive web app that looks and feels like a complex single page application
— Jordan Hoff (@jordanthoff) August 17, 2020
— Carl Brand (@_carlbrand) August 20, 2020
Used @Alpine_JS for the first time this week. It’s absolutely perfect for adding a bit of interactivity to a single page. Especially when working within a CMS that exposes little more than a “content box” for HTML.
— Chris Berry (@Chris_Berry) August 20, 2020
Can we take a moment to say thanks for Alpine.js and TailwindCSS? These are both such a joy to use, especially together. I didn’t know making web apps could be this fun! 🙌👏❤️ Simplicity and yet tons of power! 👏 #alpinejs #laravel #tailwind #php
— Hendrik Bonthuys (@HBonthuys) August 20, 2020
After a couple of small projects (one personal and one Pro Bono) I’m extremely happy with the static-first + #serverless approach that @eleven_ty plus @Netlify provides. One needs little frontend code and for the other @Alpine_JS is prefect. DevOps is a happy place again.
— Steve Lee (@SteveALee) August 16, 2020
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@_braindev is looking for some help with an Alpine.js/Livewire project.
https://github.com/blade-ui-kit/awesome-tall-stack is an awesome list for the TALL stack by @driesvints
https://github.com/KevinBatdorf/alpine-magic-helpers - A set of magic helpers to use with AlpineJS by @kevinbatdorf.