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Alpine.js

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Alpine.js offers you the reactive and declarative nature of big frameworks like Vue or React at a much lower cost.

You get to keep your DOM, and sprinkle in behavior as you see fit.

Think of it like Tailwind for JavaScript.

Note: This tool's syntax is almost entirely borrowed from Vue (and by extension Angular). I am forever grateful for the gift they are to the web.

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Install

From CDN: Add the following script to the end of your

section.

html<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/alpinejs/[email protected]/dist/alpine.min.js" defer></script>

That's it. It will initialize itself.

For production environments, it's recommended to pin a specific version number in the link to avoid unexpected breakage from newer versions. For example, to use version

2.3.5

:

html<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/alpinejs/[email protected]/dist/alpine.min.js" defer></script>

From NPM: Install the package from NPM.

js npm i alpinejs

Include it in your script.

js import 'alpinejs'

For IE11 support Use the following scripts instead.

html<script type="module" src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/alpinejs/[email protected]/dist/alpine.min.js"></script><script nomodule src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/alpinejs/[email protected]/dist/alpine-ie11.min.js" defer></script>

The pattern above is the module/nomodule pattern that will result in the modern bundle automatically loaded on modern browsers, and the IE11 bundle loaded automatically on IE11 and other legacy browsers.

Use

_Dropdown/Modal_```html

Open Dropdown

Dropdown Body


_Tabs_```html

<button :class="{ 'active': tab === 'foo' }">Foo</button><button :class="{ 'active': tab === 'bar' }">Bar</button>

Tab Foo

Tab Bar

You can even use it for non-trivial things:_Pre-fetching a dropdown's HTML content on hover_```html

<button fetch .then> response.text()) .then(html => { $refs.dropdown.innerHTML = html }) " @click="open = true" >Show Dropdown

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## Learn

There are 14 directives available to you:

| Directive | Description | | --- | --- | | [

x-data

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-data) | Declares a new component scope. | | [

x-init

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-init) | Runs an expression when a component is initialized. | | [

x-show

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-show) | Toggles

display: none;

 on the element depending on expression (true or false). | | [

x-bind

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-bind) | Sets the value of an attribute to the result of a JS expression | | [

x-on

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-on) | Attaches an event listener to the element. Executes JS expression when emitted. | | [

x-model

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-model) | Adds "two-way data binding" to an element. Keeps input element in sync with component data. | | [

x-text

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-text) | Works similarly to 

x-bind

, but will update the 

innerText

 of an element. | | [

x-html

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-html) | Works similarly to 

x-bind

, but will update the 

innerHTML

 of an element. | | [

x-ref

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-ref) | Convenient way to retrieve raw DOM elements out of your component. | | [

x-if

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-if) | Remove an element completely from the DOM. Needs to be used on a 

 tag. | | [

x-for

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-for) | Create new DOM nodes for each item in an array. Needs to be used on a 

 tag. | | [

x-transition

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-transition) | Directives for applying classes to various stages of an element's transition | | [

x-spread

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-spread) | Allows you to bind an object of Alpine directives to an element for better reusability | | [

x-cloak

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#x-cloak) | This attribute is removed when Alpine initializes. Useful for hiding pre-initialized DOM. |

And 6 magic properties:

| Magic Properties | Description | | --- | --- | | [

$el

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#el) | Retrieve the root component DOM node. | | [

$refs

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#refs) | Retrieve DOM elements marked with

x-ref

 inside the component. | | [

$event

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#event) | Retrieve the native browser "Event" object within an event listener. | | [

$dispatch

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#dispatch) | Create a 

CustomEvent

 and dispatch it using 

.dispatchEvent()

 internally. | | [

$nextTick

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#nexttick) | Execute a given expression AFTER Alpine has made its reactive DOM updates. | | [

$watch

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/#watch) | Will fire a provided callback when a component property you "watched" gets changed. |
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### Directives

* * *

### 

x-data


**Example:**

...


**Structure:**

...

x-data

 declares a new component scope. It tells the framework to initialize a new component with the following data object.

Think of it like the

data

 property of a Vue component.

**Extract Component Logic**

You can extract data (and behavior) into reusable functions:

Open // Dropdown


> **For bundler users**, note that Alpine.js accesses functions that are in the global scope (
> 
> ```
> window
> ```
> ), you'll need to explicitly assign your functions to 
> ```
> window
> ```
> in order to use them with 
> ```
> x-data
> ```
> for example 
> ```
> window.dropdown = function () {}
> ```
> (this is because with Webpack, Rollup, Parcel etc. 
> ```
> function
> ```
> 's you define will default to the module's scope not 
> ```
> window
> ```
> ).

You can also mix-in multiple data objects using object destructuring:

x-init

Example:

Structure:

x-init

runs an expression when a component is initialized.

If you wish to run code AFTER Alpine has made its initial updates to the DOM (something like a

mounted()

hook in VueJS), you can return a callback from

x-init

, and it will be run after:

x-init="() =\> { // we have access to the post-dom-initialization state here // }"

x-show

Example:

Structure:

x-show

toggles the

display: none;

style on the element depending if the expression resolves to

true

or

false

.

x-show.transition

x-show.transition

is a convenience API for making your

x-show

s more pleasant using CSS transitions.

These contents will be transitioned in and out.

| Directive | Description | | --- | --- | |

x-show.transition

| A simultaneous fade and scale. (opacity, scale: 0.95, timing-function: cubic-bezier(0.4, 0.0, 0.2, 1), duration-in: 150ms, duration-out: 75ms) |

x-show.transition.in

| Only transition in. | |

x-show.transition.out

| Only transition out. | |

x-show.transition.opacity

| Only use the fade. | |

x-show.transition.scale

| Only use the scale. | |

x-show.transition.scale.75

| Customize the CSS scale transform

transform: scale(.75)

. | |

x-show.transition.duration.200ms

| Sets the "in" transition to 200ms. The out will be set to half that (100ms). | |

x-show.transition.origin.top.right

| Customize the CSS transform origin

transform-origin: top right

. | |

x-show.transition.in.duration.200ms.out.duration.50ms

| Different durations for "in" and "out". |

Note: All of these transition modifiers can be used in conjunction with each other. This is possible (although ridiculous lol):

x-show.transition.in.duration.100ms.origin.top.right.opacity.scale.85.out.duration.200ms.origin.bottom.left.opacity.scale.95

Note:

x-show

will wait for any children to finish transitioning out. If you want to bypass this behavior, add the

.immediate

modifer: ```html

```

x-bind

Note: You are free to use the shorter ":" syntax:

:type="..."

Example:

<input x-bind:type="inputType">

Structure:

<input x-bind:>
x-bind

sets the value of an attribute to the result of a JavaScript expression. The expression has access to all the keys of the component's data object, and will update every-time its data is updated.

Note: attribute bindings ONLY update when their dependencies update. The framework is smart enough to observe data changes and detect which bindings care about them.

**``` x-bind

for class attributes**

x-bind

behaves a little differently when binding to the 

class

attribute.

For classes, you pass in an object whose keys are class names, and values are boolean expressions to determine if those class names are applied or not.

For example:

In this example, the "hidden" class will only be applied when the value of the

foo

data attribute is 

true

.

**```
x-bind

for boolean attributes**

x-bind

supports boolean attributes in the same way as value attributes, using a variable as the condition or any JavaScript expression that resolves to

true

or

false

.

For example: ```html <!-- Given: -->Click me

Click me

Click me```

This will add or remove the

disabled

attribute when

myVar

is true or false respectively.

Boolean attributes are supported as per the HTML specification, for example

disabled

,

readonly

,

required

,

checked

,

hidden

,

selected

,

open

, etc.


x-on

Note: You are free to use the shorter "@" syntax:

@click="..."

Example:

<button x-on:click="foo = 'bar'"></button>

Structure:

<button x-on:></button>
x-on

attaches an event listener to the element it's declared on. When that event is emitted, the JavaScript expression set as its value is executed.

If any data is modified in the expression, other element attributes "bound" to this data, will be updated.

Note: You can also specify a JavaScript function name

Example:

<button x-on:click="myFunction"></button>

This is equivalent to:

<button x-on:click="myFunction($event)"></button>

**``` keydown

modifiers**

**Example:**
```

You can specify specific keys to listen for using keydown modifiers appended to the

x-on:keydown

directive. Note that the modifiers are kebab-cased versions of

Event.key

values.

Examples:

enter

,

escape

,

arrow-up

,

arrow-down

Note: You can also listen for system-modifier key combinations like:

x-on:keydown.cmd.enter="foo"

**``` .away

modifier**

**Example:**

When the

.away

modifier is present, the event handler will only be executed when the event originates from a source other than itself, or its children.

This is useful for hiding dropdowns and modals when a user clicks away from them.

**```
.prevent

modifier**Example:

<input type="checkbox" x-on:click.prevent>

Adding

.prevent

to an event listener will call

preventDefault

on the triggered event. In the above example, this means the checkbox wouldn't actually get checked when a user clicks on it.

**``` .stop

modifier****Example:**


Adding

.stop

to an event listener will call 

stopPropagation

on the triggered event. In the above example, this means the "click" event won't bubble from the button to the outer 

. Or in other words, when a user clicks the button,

foo

won't be set to

'bar'

.

**``` .self

modifier****Example:**


Adding

.self

to an event listener will only trigger the handler if the 

$event.target

is the element itself. In the above example, this means the "click" event that bubbles from the button to the outer 

will not run the handler.

**``` .window

modifier****Example:**

Adding

.window

to an event listener will install the listener on the global window object instead of the DOM node on which it is declared. This is useful for when you want to modify component state when something changes with the window, like the resize event. In this example, when the window grows larger than 768 pixels wide, we will close the modal/dropdown, otherwise maintain the same state.

> Note: You can also use the
> 
> ```
> .document
> ```
> modifier to attach listeners to 
> ```
> document
> ```
> instead of 
> ```
> window
> ```

**```
.once

modifier**Example:

<button x-on:mouseenter.once="fetchSomething()"></button>

Adding the

.once

modifier to an event listener will ensure that the listener will only be handled once. This is useful for things you only want to do once, like fetching HTML partials and such.

**``` .passive

modifier****Example:**


Adding the

.passive

modifier to an event listener will make the listener a passive one, which means 

preventDefault()

will not work on any events being processed, this can help, for example with scroll performance on touch devices.

**```
.debounce

modifier**Example:

<input x-on:input.debounce="fetchSomething()">

The

debounce

modifier allows you to "debounce" an event handler. In other words, the event handler will NOT run until a certain amount of time has elapsed since the last event that fired. When the handler is ready to be called, the last handler call will execute.

The default debounce "wait" time is 250 milliseconds.

If you wish to customize this, you can specifiy a custom wait time like so:

<input x-on:input.debounce.750="fetchSomething()"><input x-on:input.debounce.750ms="fetchSomething()">

x-model

Example:

<input type="text" x-model="foo">

Structure:

<input type="text" x-model="[data item]">
x-model

adds "two-way data binding" to an element. In other words, the value of the input element will be kept in sync with the value of the data item of the component.

Note:

x-model

is smart enough to detect changes on text inputs, checkboxes, radio buttons, textareas, selects, and multiple selects. It should behave how Vue would in those scenarios.

**``` .debounce

modifier****Example:**
```

The

debounce

modifier allows you to add a "debounce" to a value update. In other words, the event handler will NOT run until a certain amount of time has elapsed since the last event that fired. When the handler is ready to be called, the last handler call will execute.

The default debounce "wait" time is 250 milliseconds.

If you wish to customize this, you can specifiy a custom wait time like so:

<input x-model.debounce.750="search"><input x-model.debounce.750ms="search">

x-text

Example:

Structure:

x-text

works similarly to 

x-bind

, except instead of updating the value of an attribute, it will update the 

innerText

of an element.
* * *

### 

x-html


**Example:**

**Structure:**
x-html

works similarly to

x-bind

, except instead of updating the value of an attribute, it will update the

innerHTML

of an element.

:warning: Only use on trusted content and never on user-provided content. :warning:

Dynamically rendering HTML from third parties can easily lead to XSS vulnerabilities.


x-ref

Example:

<button x-on:click="$refs.foo.innerText = 'bar'"></button>

Structure:

<button x-on:click="$refs.[ref name].innerText = 'bar'"></button>
x-ref

provides a convenient way to retrieve raw DOM elements out of your component. By setting an

x-ref

attribute on an element, you are making it available to all event handlers inside an object called

$refs

.

This is a helpful alternative to setting ids and using

document.querySelector

all over the place.

Note: you can also bind dynamic values for x-ref:

if you need to.


x-if

Example:

<template x-if="true"><div>Some Element</div></template>

Structure:

<template x-if="[expression]"><div>Some Element</div></template>

For cases where

x-show

isn't sufficient (

x-show

sets an element to

display: none

if it's false),

x-if

can be used to actually remove an element completely from the DOM.

It's important that

x-if

is used on a

<template></template>

tag because Alpine doesn't use a virtual DOM. This implementation allows Alpine to stay rugged and use the real DOM to work its magic.

Note:

x-if

must have a single element root inside the

<template></template>

tag.


x-for

Example:

html<template x-for="item in items" :key="item">
<div x-text="item"></div>
</template>

Note: the

:key

binding is optional, but HIGHLY recommended.

x-for

is available for cases when you want to create new DOM nodes for each item in an array. This should appear similar to

v-for

in Vue, with one exception of needing to exist on a

template

tag, and not a regular DOM element.

If you want to access the current index of the iteration, use the following syntax:

<template x-for="(item, index) in items" :key="index">
<!-- You can also reference "index" inside the iteration if you need. -->
<div x-text="index"></div>
</template>

Note:

x-for

must have a single element root inside of the

<template></template>

tag.

Nesting

x-for

s

You can nest

x-for

loops, but you MUST wrap each loop in an element. For example:

<template x-for="item in items">
<div>
<template x-for="subItem in item.subItems">
<div x-text="subItem"></div>
</template>
</div>
</template>

x-transition

Example:```html <div x-show="open" x-transition:enter="transition ease-out duration-300" x-transition:enter-start="opacity-0 transform scale-90" x-transition:enter-end="opacity-100 transform scale-100" x-transition:leave="transition ease-in duration-300" x-transition:leave-start="opacity-100 transform scale-100" x-transition:leave-end="opacity-0 transform scale-90"

...

```

The example above uses classes from Tailwind CSS

Alpine offers 6 different transition directives for applying classes to various stages of an element's transition between "hidden" and "shown" states. These directives work both with

x-show

AND

x-if

.

These behave exactly like VueJs's transition directives, except they have different, more sensible names:

| Directive | Description | | --- | --- | |

:enter

| Applied during the entire entering phase. | |

:enter-start

| Added before element is inserted, removed one frame after element is inserted. | |

:enter-end

| Added one frame after element is inserted (at the same time

enter-start

is removed), removed when transition/animation finishes. |

:leave

| Applied during the entire leaving phase. | |

:leave-start

| Added immediately when a leaving transition is triggered, removed after one frame. | |

:leave-end

| Added one frame after a leaving transition is triggered (at the same time

leave-start

is removed), removed when the transition/animation finishes.


x-spread

Example:```html

Open Dropdown

Dropdown Contents
`x-spread` allows you to extract an elements Alpine bindings into a reusable object. The object keys are the directives (Can be any directive including modifiers), and the values are callbacks to be evaluated by Alpine. \> Note: The only anomaly with x-spread is when used with `x-for`. When the directive being "spread" is `x-for`, you should return a normal expression string from the callback. For example: `['x-for']() { return 'item in items' }`. --- ### `x-cloak` \*\*Example:\*\* `

` `x-cloak` attributes are removed from elements when Alpine initializes. This is useful for hiding pre-initialized DOM. It's typical to add the following global style for this to work: ```html<style>
[x-cloak] { display: none; }
</style>

Magic Properties

With the exception of

$el

, magic properties are **not available within

x-data
```** as the component isn't initialized yet.

$el

Example:

html
<button>Replace me with "foo"</button>
$el

is a magic property that can be used to retrieve the root component DOM node.

$refs

Example:```html

```

$refs

is a magic property that can be used to retrieve DOM elements marked with

x-ref

inside the component. This is useful when you need to manually manipulate DOM elements.


$event

Example:

html<input x-on:input="alert($event.target.value)">
$event

is a magic property that can be used within an event listener to retrieve the native browser "Event" object.

Note: The $event property is only available in DOM expressions.

If you need to access $event inside of a JavaScript function you can pass it in directly:

<button x-on:click="myFunction($event)"></button>

$dispatch

Example:

html
<button foo:>
<!-- When clicked, will console.log "bar" -->
</button>

Note on Event Propagation

Notice that, because of event bubbling, when you need to capture events dispatched from nodes that are under the same nesting hierarchy, you'll need to use the [

.window

](https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine#x-on) modifier:

Example:

<button foo:>
<div>

<blockquote>
<p>This won't work because when </p>
<pre class="">custom-event</pre> is dispatched, it'll propagate to its common ancestor, the <pre class="">div</pre>.
</blockquote>

<p><strong>Dispatching to Components</strong></p>

<p>You can also take advantage of the previous technique to make your components talk to each other:</p>

<p><strong>Example:</strong></p>
<pre class="html"><div x-data></div>

<button x-data world>
<!-- When clicked, will console.log "Hello World!". -->
</button></pre>
<p></p>
<pre class="">$dispatch</pre> is a shortcut for creating a <pre class="">CustomEvent</pre> and dispatching it using <pre class="">.dispatchEvent()</pre> internally. There are lots of good use cases for passing data around and between components using custom events. <a href="https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/Events/Creating_and_triggering_events">Read here</a> for more information on the underlying <pre class="">CustomEvent</pre> system in browsers.

<p>You will notice that any data passed as the second parameter to </p>
<pre class="">$dispatch('some-event', { some: 'data' })</pre>, becomes available through the new events "detail" property: <pre class="">$event.detail.some</pre>. Attaching custom event data to the <pre class="">.detail</pre> property is standard practice for <pre class="">CustomEvent</pre>s in browsers. <a href="https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/CustomEvent/detail">Read here</a> for more info.

<p>You can also use </p>
<pre class="">$dispatch()</pre> to trigger data updates for <pre class="">x-model</pre> bindings. For example:
<pre class="html"><div x-data="{ foo: 'bar' }">
<span x-model="foo">
<button>
<!-- After the button is clicked, `x-model` will catch the bubbling "input" event, and update foo to "baz". -->
</button></span>
</div>
</pre>
<blockquote>
<p>Note: The $dispatch property is only available in DOM expressions.</p>
</blockquote>

<p>If you need to access $dispatch inside of a JavaScript function you can pass it in directly:</p>

<p></p>
<pre class=""><button x-on:click="myFunction($dispatch)"></button></pre>

<hr>

<h3><pre class="">$nextTick</pre></h3>

<p><strong>Example:</strong>
</p>
<pre class="">html
<div x-data="{ fruit: 'apple' }">
<button x-on:click="
fruit = 'pear';
$nextTick(() =&gt; { console.log($event.target.innerText) });
" x-text="fruit"></button>
</div>
</pre>

<p></p>
<pre class="">$nextTick</pre> is a magic property that allows you to only execute a given expression AFTER Alpine has made its reactive DOM updates. This is useful for times you want to interact with the DOM state AFTER it's reflected any data updates you've made.

<hr>

<h3><pre class="">$watch</pre></h3>

<p><strong>Example:</strong>
</p>
<pre class="">html
<div x-data="{ open: false }" x-init="$watch('open', value =&gt; console.log(value))">
<button open>Toggle Open</button>
</div>
</pre>

<p>You can "watch" a component property with the </p>
<pre class="">$watch</pre> magic method. In the above example, when the button is clicked and <pre class="">open</pre> is changed, the provided callback will fire and <pre class="">console.log</pre> the new value.

<h2>Security</h2>

<p>If you find a security vulnerability, please send an email to <a href="https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/">[email protected]</a></p>

<p>Alpine relies on a custom implementation using the </p>
<pre class="">Function</pre> object to evaluate its directives. Despite being more secure then <pre class="">eval()</pre>, its use is prohibited in some environments, such as Google Chrome App, using restrictive Content Security Policy (CSP).

<p>If you use Alpine in a website dealing with sensitive data and requiring <a href="https://csp.withgoogle.com/docs/strict-csp.html">CSP</a>, you need to include </p>
<pre class="">unsafe-eval</pre> in your policy. A robust policy correctly configured will help protecting your users when using personal or financial data.

<p>Since a policy applies to all scripts in your page, it's important that other external libraries included in the website are carefully reviewed to ensure that they are trustworthy and they won't introduce any Cross Site Scripting vulnerability either using the </p>
<pre class="">eval()</pre> function or manipulating the DOM to inject malicious code in your page.

<h2>V3 Roadmap</h2>

<ul>
<li>Move from <pre class="">x-ref</pre> to <pre class="">ref</pre> for Vue parity?</li>
<li>Add <pre class="">Alpine.directive()</pre>
</li>
<li>Add <pre class="">Alpine.component('foo', {...})</pre> (With magic <pre class="">__init()</pre> method)</li>
<li>Dispatch Alpine events for "loaded", "transition-start", etc... (<a href="https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/pull/299">#299</a>) ?</li>
<li>Remove "object" (and array) syntax from <pre class="">x-bind:class="{ 'foo': true }"</pre> (<a href="https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/pull/236">#236</a> to add support for object syntax for the <pre class="">style</pre> attribute)</li>
<li>Improve <pre class="">x-for</pre> mutation reactivity (<a href="https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/pull/165">#165</a>)</li>
<li>Add "deep watching" support in V3 (<a href="https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/pull/294">#294</a>)</li>
<li>Add <pre class="">$el</pre> shortcut</li>
<li>Change <pre class="">@click.away</pre> to <pre class="">@click.outside</pre>?</li>
</ul>

<h2>License</h2>

<p>Copyright © 2019-2020 Caleb Porzio and contributors</p>

<p>Licensed under the MIT license, see <a href="https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/blob/master/LICENSE.md">LICENSE.md</a> for details.</p>
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