Snippet 5: Creating a simple, but cool delete button with Alpine.js and TailwindCSS
Sometimes ideas pop into my head that I don't immediately need, but I think are a good exercise. So I carve out 15 minutes of my day to code an example to learn and save to my library of components for future use.
Extending Tailwind CSS dark mode to use system preference
In a previous article, I showed you how to use Tailwind CSS to enable a dark theme on your application. Let's take it one step further and have it prioritize the user's system theme settings first.
Embracing the love between Livewire and Alpine
Building with new tools is hard, especially when it goes against what you've learned about the client and server in the past. Livewire and Alpine are built for each other and here's how you make the most of that relationship.
Creating a Filepond component using Blade, Livewire, & Alpine.js. Then validating & storing with Spatie Media Library
Let's create a Blade component that uses the Filepond library with Alpine.js, sends it to the server with Livewire, and saves it with Spatie Media Library.