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Learning Alpine.JS

A rugged, minimal framework for composing JavaScript behavior in your markup

Learn the basics of Alpine.JS

A rugged, minimal framework for composing JavaScript behavior in your markup

Alpine.js offers you the reactive and declarative nature of big frameworks like Vue or React at a much lower cost. You get to keep your DOM and sprinkle in behavior as you see fit.

Alpine.js is for developers who aren’t looking to build a single-page application (SPA). It’s lightweight and designed to write markup-driven client-side JavaScript.

The syntax is borrowed from Vue and Angular directive. That means it will feel familiar if you’ve worked with those before. But, again, Alpine.js is not designed to build SPAs, but rather enhance your templates with a little bit of JavaScript.

It’s like a replacement for jQuery and JavaScript, but with declarative rendering

It allows you to write most of your JS inline in your HTML, making it easier to write declarative code (as opposed to procedural code). According to its creator Caleb Porzio, it aims to fill the void between vanilla JS (or jQuery) and large v-dom frameworks like Vue/React.

This course will cover the following topics related to Alpine.JS

Introduction to Alpine.js

Learning how to work with various UI Components like

  1. Dropdown

  2. Modal Dialogs

  3. Sidebar

  4. Tabs

  5. Images

How to do scroll detection

How to work with Loops

How to handle AJAX Calls and using x-init

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