It's quite common to keep tabs on when an authenticated user last used your web application. The information can be really useful when calculating software adoption, usage frequency and return rate.Published 10 months ago | Updated 9 months ago
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I previously wrote about using functions as computed properties in Alpine, but what if there was a better way?Published 10 months ago | Updated 9 months ago
One of Alpine's main selling points is that it provides most of the reactive goodies that Vue and React do at a much lower cost. What if you don't need reactivity for your site? Well, Alpine can definitely still fit into your stack!Published 10 months ago | Updated 9 months ago
One feature that I love in Vue is computed properties. You access them in the same way as normal data properties, but you can dynamically generate the value. Let's take a look at how we can do this in Alpine.Published 10 months ago | Updated 9 months ago