Here are 3 links I think are worth your time this week,
“Integrating Alpine.js with Eleventy & YAML files to create Alpine Playground’s Collections” Adding collections to Alpine.js Playground, essentially bringing it in line with projects such as awesome-alpine and alpinetoolbox.com. (11 min read) : https://codewithhugo.com/eleventy-collections-yaml-alpinejs/
Stop Using ‘Drop-down’ (Instead choose a term that accurately describes the control you want.) (6 min read): https://adrianroselli.com/2020/03/stop-using-drop-down.html
Why Exceptions should be Exceptional (5 min read): http://www.mattwarren.org/2016/12/20/Why-Exceptions-should-be-Exceptional/
Here’s the thread I kept of building the Alpine.js Collections feature:
Alpine.js Playground Collections From ideation on @excalidraw To built with @Alpine_JS, YAML data files and @eleven_ty 3 hours 👍 (including data entry) Check it out athttp://alpinejs.codewithhugo.com/?type=components
I’ve also started contributing to the Alpine.js devtools github.com/Te7a-Houdini/alpinejs-devtools/issues, which is pretty crucial having a more mature ecosystem for Alpine.js.