In a surprising twist @Alpine_JS appears to work with Twig templates out of the box, I’m sure there may be a few edge case issues to tackle but overall I’m extremely happy and impressed!
— Rory (@roikles) September 1, 2020
My personal observation is that the reason Alpine.js plays nice with a lot of templating engines is that it’s not a templating system itself.
Usually templating engines clash on interpolation syntax, since Alpine.js goes 100% on directives (& no interpolation syntax), it plays well with server-renderered templates out of the box.
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— Jantinn Erezo (@CuanJan) August 30, 2020
— David 👨🦯 (@davidZkeefe) September 1, 2020
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Another important feature for Tailkit is ready! You can now preview components with JS functionality (using Alpine.js) and preview/copy HTML only or HTML with Alpine.js markup! #tailkit #tailwindcss #design #ui #dashboard pic.twitter.com/NdaIpCf9Zb
— John Champ (@pixelcave_john) September 1, 2020
Added a UI for the boolean reactivity in this new take on DevTools (for @Alpine_JS). Will add Number, string, and array support soon! Then themes. Let me know what other features you think this needs. github.com/KevinBatdorf/a… by @kevinbatdorf
v0.2.0 for alpine-turbolinks-adapter was released with better x-cloak support.