Congratulations to Caleb (@calebporzio for reaching $100k a year in GitHub sponsors contributions. Quite a topical tweet by @getJReviews, thanks for his support in the community.
A few weeks ago I cancelled the automatic renewal of a bunch of unused domain names and re-directed some of those funds to sponsor a few projects and devs on Github @joomla @Alpine_JS @driesvints @ryangjchandler @htmx_org
— JReviews (@getJReviews) June 25, 2020
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Pro tip for Alpine.js transitions + Laravel users:
Here’s a little tip for keeping things clean when using @Alpine_JS with #Laravel. Place all of your transition logic in separate partials. It will clean up your components and allow you to build a reusable library of animations.#webdev #css #animation pic.twitter.com/XNoQbf05g3
— Luke Downing (@LukeDowning19) June 19, 2020
And one for the Alpine.js + React crew:
inspired by @tejas tweeting about the costs of using react for static sites earlier, I wanted to try something:
Alpine.js code in JSX works, with a trick pic.twitter.com/OFDFrW4956
Combined with the next.js unstable_runtimeJS option it’s a nice option for minimal interactivity
— Karl Sander (@kall) June 20, 2020
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A patch version for a regression came out reasonably soon after 2.4.0 was released.