EdgeJS has fantastic support for components, which features support for state, props, slots, slot scopes, and data injection. Components allow you to define markup or functionality once, and use it throughout your app.
EdgeJS Components #2.1
Component State & Passing State from EdgeJS to ApineJS
In this lesson, we'll take a look at how we can define and manage state within EdgeJS Components. We'll also learn how we can pass single properties or full objects from EdgeJS to AlpineJS and our client-side scripts.
EdgeJS Components #2.0
A Look At Component Reactivity
In this lesson, we'll take a look at how we'll approach reactivity within our EdgeJS components using AlpineJS. We'll also briefly discuss where the line between EdgeJS and AlpineJS is, in terms of our component state and reactivity.
EdgeJS Components #1.1
Getting Started, Installing AlpineJS and TailwindCSS
In this lesson, we'll quickly create a new AdonisJS 5 project to house our components. Then, we'll install the dependencies needed by PinesUI; AlpineJS and TailwindCSS.
AdonisJS Quick Tip #9.0
Http Method Spoofing & Helper Components in AdonisJS
In this lesson, we'll learn how we can utilize Http Method Spoofing to send PUT, PATCH, and DELETE requests using native HTML forms. We'll then create utility functions to make the implementation cleaner.
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