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Nate Berkopec
There a lot of "less-JS" projects out there, and they've had something of a renaissance lately: Alpine, Stimulus, Turbolinks, PJAX. What other tools for "JS sprinkles" exist that I don't know about? Seems like each backend language community is creating their own.
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Thibaut Barrère May 13
Not strictly what you are meaning I think, but very interesting nonetheless: by , is in use at . You can interface it from other languages (an example with Elixir is provided). Comes with ~600 lines of JS
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Josh Kuiros May 13
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Phoenix LiveView
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Josef Strzibny May 13
Replying to @kuiro5 @nateberkopec
I believe Nate meant the ones that are backend agnostic. I am sure he knows about LiveView :)
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Mike McCall May 13
looks like a nice balance.
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Neeraj Kapoor May 13
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Don’t want to hijack the thread but how do you feel about stimulus?
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Marcos Filho May 13
not nate, but great.
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Adz May 13
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Live view is the big one
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matt swanson 🤔 🦢 May 13
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matt swanson 🤔 🦢 May 13
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Stanislav (Stas) Katkov May 13
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With rails I usually roll with stimulusjs + turbolinks + trimmings + rails-ujs. Solves most of my problems with very little JS.
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