Alpine Day 2021 was officially announced today and will take place on 10th of June.
Alpine Day will include a handful of 18 minute talks from great speakers in the community along with fresh demos of all the new stuff. At the end of it all, we’ll hit the big shiny launch button live.alpineday.com
The speakers were also announced and they are:
- Caleb Porzio – Creator of Alpine.js
- Hugo Di Francesco – Founder, Code with Hugo & Alpine.js Weekly
- Matt Stauffer – Partner & CTO, Tighten
- Shruti Balasa – Mentor, Course Creator & YouTuber
- Adam Wathan – Creator of Tailwind
- Justin Jackson – Co-Founder of Transistor.fm
- Jon Buda – Co-Founder of Transistor.fm
- Jesse Schutt – Lead Engineer at Zaengle
- Austen Cameron – Livewire Core Contributer
|9:00 AM||Opening Remarks|
The State Of Alpine
Caleb Porzio – Creator Of Alpine
Tips for real-world AlpineJS
Hugo – Founder, Code with Hugo & Alpine.js Weekly
Alpine might be love at first sight of the README + Vue-like syntax, but, like any tool, a lot can go amiss when you delve beyond “Hello World”.
Building a Better Modal
Austen Cameron – Livewire Core Contributer
Are you still using the modal example code from Alpine’s readme? What if there was something better? Most modals aren’t concerned with accessibility, nor do they support stuff like nesting and trapping focus within the modal.
In this talk, we’ll build a “better” modal that is accessible, works with nesting, and traps focus state for forms. This ain’t your readme’s modal.
Micro Interactions using AlpineJS
Shruti Balasa – Mentor, Course Creator & YouTuber
Micro-interactions bring your web pages to life. They are the little details, the subtle animations like the neat sliding of a sidebar, the zooming in of a modal pop-up, scaling of a button once clicked and more. All these create an engaging moment for your users. We tend to avoid adding micro-interactions in our projects because of the complexity and time involved. However, with AlpineJS (along with Tailwind CSS utilities) you will see how simple it is, to trigger such actions and define the transitions that wow your users and take your work to the next level.
Justin Jackson & Jon Buda – Founders of Transistor.fm
How To Carve A Spoon (Literally)
Jesse Schutt – Lead Engineer at Zaengle
Programming is awesome, but even after a productive day of coding it’s hard to shake the feeling that you haven’t built anything tangible.
I’ve found woodworking to be a perfect solution to this digital conundrum. Working raw material with sharp tools is a satisfying experience, plus you have something to show for your time!
One of the barriers to getting in to typical woodworking is the number of tools it requires. Unless you have access to an amply supplied shop the hobby may seem out of reach.
Fortunately, there is an option! Spoon carving is a great way to get into woodworking as it only requires a few tools and stock comes right from the trees. In this quick talk I’ll show you the basic toolkit, demonstrate basic knife grips, and show you how to make a usable spoon.
From Vue to Alpine: How & Why
Matt Stauffer – Partner & CTO, Tighten
Every time we approach a new project, we ask ourselves the question: Understanding the needs of this project, what’s the best frontend stack? Vue, React, Alpine? Livewire? SPA? Inertia?
Live Pairing Session: Building Alpine V3 From Scratch
Adam Wathan – Creator Of TailwindCSS
This is going to be a unique type of talk. We’re going to bring Adam onto the live stream with no prior preperations and see if he can build (a stripped down version of) Alpine V3 from scratch. We’ll be there to help him along, but it should be a fun way to get a view inside Alpine V3’s new internals, without having to dig through the source yourself, and while having a ball hanging out with Adam live!
The Future Of Alpine
Caleb Porzio – Creator of Alpine
This is it folks. Everything I’ve been working on over the past 6 months will be shown off and launched during this slot. We’ll demo and tag Alpine V3, show off all the new features, launch new plugins, deploy a new site, demo a new product, and the list goes on. You don’t want to miss this one.
|3:00 PM||Closing Remarks & No Plans To Merge After Party
You can buy a ticket for the event for only $18 from here: https://github.com/sponsors/alpinedaySpread the word!