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  • Coming to grips with JS: a Rubyist's deep dive
    16 projects | | 29 Dec 2023
    Then there are stack-specific libraries: StimulusReflex for Rails, Phoenix LiveView, Laravel Livewire, Unicorn and Tetra for Django, Blazor for .NET, … and the list goes on.
  • Почему я программирую на Ruby
    11 projects | | 20 Oct 2023
  • RailsWorld 2023: Hotwire Edition
    3 projects | | 8 Oct 2023
    Morphing and the concept to do refreshes after broadcast are hardly new. Stimulus Reflex has employed morphing to update the page for years, and CableReady::Updatable, which allows listening to model requests for refreshes, has also been around for a while. But I am excited to see these concepts being adopted in Turbo and becoming more mainstream.
  • Unicorn – A full-stack web framework for Django
    7 projects | | 2 Aug 2023
    Stimulus Reflex (Ruby), which predates Hotwire, also deserves a mention, though most of its momentum seemed to stall when Hotwire was announced.

  • Is there Ruby LiveView Framework?
    5 projects | /r/ruby | 11 Jul 2023
    Hi there, not crazy experienced on the topic but after some research i made for personal reasons i found whick looks interesting (and as mentioned already, seems to be close to Liveview)
  • Rails 7 - Turbo Frame and Turbo Stream
    2 projects | /r/rails | 21 Apr 2023
    StimulusReflex Docs pretty easy to use and release 3.5.0 is coming soon.
  • Announcing elm-express
    4 projects | | 18 Apr 2023
    However, the timing may be a little off. In some ways, it feels like the "Express" way of developing for the backend is dying. We are seeing tools that blur the line between backend and frontend, trying to unify how we develop web applications. Tools like Phoenix LiveView, StimulusReflex, Laravel Livewire, Remix, Next.js, and many others are being developed.
  • Learning Ruby, Rails & Hotwire?
    1 project | /r/rails | 13 Feb 2023
    You can also learn Rails and StimulusReflex
  • A powerful search feature with what Rails provides out of the box
    6 projects | | 19 Jan 2023
    Reading the article and the source code, I learned a ton of stuff, as always. In his implementation, Louis is using StimulusReflex (built on top of Stimulus) to achieve this. I was curious about several points:
  • The Ultimate Search for Rails - Episode 1
    8 projects | | 16 Jan 2023
    Now that we know that our backend is working as it should, let’s wire up our stuff. I’m gonna skip on Stimulus Reflex setup and configuration and dive right in. You can easily follow the official setup or, if you use import-maps, follow @julianrubisch’s article on the topic. I also know that leastbad has been working on an automatic installer that detects your configuration and sets everything up for you if you care to try it before the next version of SR gets released.
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