The Tailwind Wayback project is a great stress test of the capabilities of Alpine.js and TailwindCSS.
— Tailwind Wayback (@TailwindWayback) July 22, 2020
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Alpine.js + Livewire is the way Caleb designed everything to work.
Moving stuff from Vue into @LaravelLivewire/@Alpine_JS. I’m dumbfounded by how much extra work I had to do to use it. Vue is truly great, but I’m 100% convinced that if you’re using a monolith, it’s not worth it. Reach for Turbolinks and put HTML over the wire. Don’t look back.
— Erik Westlund (@erikdbwestlund) July 21, 2020
I keep on banging about Alpine.js as a jQuery-killer and here’s the weekly reiteration:
These days I reach for @Alpine_JS like I used to reach for jQuery, great for just getting stuff done.
— Richard Bagshaw (@bagwaa) July 21, 2020
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If you’re interested in a side by side comparions of the same app in Alpine.js and elm, @chapmanjacobd has you covered: github.com/chapmanjacobd/cities & github.com/chapmanjacobd/neighborhoods-alpinejs
I’ve tweeted out a high-level summary of the changes
.camelevent/binding modifiers (super useful for working with SVG)
$eventis now passed to event handlers attached using
x-model+ event bugs have been fixed by enforcing directive execution order