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Stay here for contribution-related information.
Looking for V2 docs? here they are
npm run build
/packages/alpinejs/dist/cdn.jsfile from a tag on a webpage and you're good to go!
You can get everything installed with:
npm installin the root directory of this repo after cloning it locally.
This repo is a "mono-repo" using npm workspaces for managing the packages. Each package has its own folder in the
Rather than having to run separate builds for each package, all package bundles are handled with the same command:
npm run build
Here's a brief look at each package in this repo:
|alpinejs||The main Alpine repo with all of Alpine's core|
|csp||A repo to provide a "CSP safe" build of Alpine|
|history||A plugin for binding data to query string parameters using the history API (name is likely to change)|
|intersect||A plugin for triggering JS expressions based on elements intersecting with the viewport|
|morph||A plugin for morphing HTML (like morphdom) inside the page intelligently|
|trap||A plugin that allows you to conditionally trap focus inside an element|
The compiled JS files (as a result of running
npm run [build/watch]) to be included as a tag for example are stored in each package's
Each package should at least have: a "cdn" build that is self-initializing and can be included using the
srcattribute in a tag, and a
module.[esm/cjs].jsfile that is used for importing as a JS module (cjs for node, esm for everything else).
The bundling for Alpine V3 is handled exclusively by ESBuild. All of the configuration for these builds is stored in the
There are 2 different testing tools used in this repo: Cypress (for integration tests), and Jest (for unit tests).
All tests are stored inside the
You can run them both from the command line using:
npm run test
If you wish to only run cypress and open it's user interface (recommended during development), you can run:
npm run cypress
If you wish to only run Jest tests, you can run
npm run jestlike normal and target specific tests. You can specify command line config options to forward to the jest command with
npm run jest -- --watch