In this workshop, we’ll build a voting app, similar to UserVoice, that allows you to create ideas, vote and comment on them, sort and filter the results, and even administer the site. We’ll start from scratch and work through the entire process, including implementing the design, working on all of the features, testing our code, and more. We’ll be making use of the TALL (Tailwind, Alpine, Livewire, Laravel) stack in this particular series.
If you'd like to come along for the ride, I need to write the HTML and CSS for a blog design that we'll be using as part of an upcoming series. We'll be entirely focused entirely on HTML and CSS (using Tailwind), exclusively. This will give us plenty of opportunities to discuss common gotchas and techniques. We'll even run into a roadblock here and there.
For such a simple concept, modals can often be tricky to implement. Where exactly do we place them? Where should the event listeners to toggle their display be stored? And how to we make them dynamic? In this series, one piece at a time, we'll discuss everything you need to know about modals within the TALL (Tailwind, Alpine, Laravel, Livewire) stack.
In this series, we'll build a video game app that pulls data from the IGDB API and displays game information such as popular titles, coming soon, videos, and screenshots. We'll explore a variety of front-end features with Laravel and other technologies, including the HTTP client, Tailwind CSS, Livewire and Alpine.js.