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Tony Lea

1 week ago

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Alpine JS v3

Alpine version 3.0 will be coming soon! There is going to be an Alpine Day online event where the creator, Caleb Porzio, will be talking about some new things coming to Alpine as well as pushing the new version live! In this quick post, you can learn about some of the new features and how you can stay up-to-date about the latest...
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Tina Hammar

3 months ago

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Generate random color gradient background

When users fail to adhere to your imaginary design guide you need to arm yourself to keep the look you aimed for when creating your website. In this article I'll share one of my favourite secret design weapons :) The missing image Let's pretend you made this astonishing blog grid: You'll be disappointed when users don't attach...
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Tony Lea

4 months ago

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AlpineJS for Beginners

AlpineJS is a new javascript library/framework that focuses on simple javascript interactivity, and it does it really well. If you're looking for a JS framework with routing, state management, and a bit more complexity. Well then, Vue or React may be a better fit. Instead, if you're looking to sprinkle a little javascript, add t...
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Tony Lea

4 months ago

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Create a Typing Effect in AlpineJS

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to use AlpineJS to create a simple typing effect. You can take a look at a quick example of what we'll be creating in the Codepen below: {% codepen https://codepen.io/devdojo/pen/vYXyzwd %} This can easily be accomplished by adding some sprinkles of AlpineJS to our element. Let's begin. Creati...
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Tony Lea

5 months ago

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Hide AlpineJS Components with x-cloak

When using a javascript framework, you will most likely need a way to hide elements until they are fully rendered. This will reduce any flickering and it will create a better user experience. With AlpineJS we can use the x-cloak attribute to hide elements. It works kind of like the invisibility cloak from Harry Potter. If you pu...
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Tony Lea

6 months ago

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Sharing State Between Livewire & Alpine

Laravel Livewire 2.0 was released a couple of months ago with some really cool features πŸ™Œ. One of which is the ability to share variable data between Livewire and Alpine! This is a really cool feature because it's as if your PHP variables can now be used as javascript variables in Alpine. How does it work By utilizing the new @e...
Sharing State Between Livewire & Alpine
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Tony Lea

8 months ago

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Accessing Data Variables from AlpineJS

I've been becoming a huge fan of AlpineJS lately. Mostly because of how seamless it works with Livewire, but also because it's lightweight and easy to work with. While working on a project using Alpine I needed a way to change a variable from outside of the element itself, and that's what we'll learn in this quick tutorial. A Qu...
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Tony Lea

9 months ago

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Building Apps with the Tall Stack

The Tall Stack is a full-stack development solution which combines a set of tools as a way of easily and quickly building applications. The Tall Stack consists of the following: Tailwind Alpine Laravel Livewire Utilizing the Tall Stack will make it easy to build some awesome applications. In this tutorial, I'll show yo...
Building Apps with the Tall Stack
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Tony Lea

10 months ago

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Intro to AlpineJS

I know what you’re probably thinking. Another javascript framework/library. But before you write this one off, perhaps you should take a look at how simple and flexible it is. Alpine can help you perform some simple javascript functionality in your app without bloat. Instead of reaching for something like Vue or React when you b...
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