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Alpine.js Weekly #68

Saturday, July 10, 2021

Tips Another fun use case for x-effect in @Alpine_JS v3 when using the persist plugin: parsing localStorage values (string only) so you can keep using boolean values in directives. This simplified

Alpine.js Weekly #67

Friday, July 2, 2021

Tips Top tips from Kevin this week. Spend the last few hours deep diving into the @Alpine_JS source code to figure out the V3 codebase. And I must say it's extremely readable, easy to follow, and

Alpine.js Weekly #66

Friday, June 25, 2021

Tips I really like this use case for x-effect in @Alpine_JS v3. It's an easy way to disable scrolling on the body when you open a modal or a mobile navigation. Using x-effect you don't have to

Alpine.js Weekly #65

Saturday, June 19, 2021

v3 is picking up some steam, if you've missed it, here are the launch tweets: 🎉 If you didn't catch it, Alpine Version 3 has been officially released! You can watch the Alpine Day keynote where

v3 is out - Alpine.js Weekly #64

Friday, June 11, 2021

Alpine v3 code was released as part of Alpine Day ( for everyone's perusal. It's a complete internal rewrite with a focus on supporting feature

GCP Newsletter #261

Monday, September 27, 2021

Welcome to issue #261 September 27th, 2021 News Cloud Deploy Official Blog Introducing Google Cloud Deploy: Managed continuous delivery to GKE - The new Google Cloud Deploy managed services makes it

Import AI 267: Tigers VS humans; synthetic voices; agri-robots

Monday, September 27, 2021

What happens when AI assistants become AI directors? How large can a computer get before distances between processors and memory offset scaling gains View this email in your browser Welcome to Import

Amazon haircuts 💇, OpenAI book summarization 📚, AlphaBay founder returns 👨‍💻

Monday, September 27, 2021

Amazon's first hair salon in London opened to the public at the end of May. TLDR Daily Update 2021-09-27 Discover a future without legacy and join the No‑Code revolution at Unqork Create 2021 (

Issue #64 - Busy - New Owners, FSE Themes, Upcoming Projects

Monday, September 27, 2021

Read on Website WP Weekly 64 / Busy It is super busy for the WordPress ecosystem from every direction. Be it the crowded aspect of who acquired who, a slew of new product launches, WordPress themes

[PythonistaCafe] Q&A

Monday, September 27, 2021

Hey there, At this point you should have a pretty good idea of what PythonistaCafe is about and what makes it special. In this email I want to answer some common questions that I get asked about the

SRE Weekly Issue #289

Monday, September 27, 2021

View on A message from our sponsor, StackHawk: Semgrep and StackHawk are showing you what's new with automated security testing on September 30. Grab your spot:

Congratulations, Mini, you made the stupidest turn signals ever — and JSFuck (2012)

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Issue #538 — Top 20 stories of September 27, 2021 Issue #538 — September 27, 2021 You receive this email because you are subscribed to Hacker News Digest. You can open it in the browser if you prefer.

[Sublime + Python Setup] How to become a happier & more productive Python dev

Sunday, September 26, 2021

Hey there, I really struggled with setting up an effective development environment as a new Python developer. It was difficult to build the right habits and to find a set of tools I enjoyed to use.

Why creativity matters & Organize like a genius

Sunday, September 26, 2021

In this week's issue of Creativerly: The simple and smart way to manage your work, the future of note-taking, fly through your calendar, and a lot more. Creativerly Why creativity matters &

The Station - Tesla rolls out its FSD beta button, delivery deals heat up, micromobility evolves

Sunday, September 26, 2021

TechCrunch Newsletter TechCrunch logo The Transportation logo Sunday, September 26, 2021 • By Kirsten Korosec Hello readers: Welcome to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future