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Tetra - A full stack component framework for Django using Alpine.js (by tetra-framework)

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  • Coming to grips with JS: a Rubyist's deep dive
    16 projects | dev.to | 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.
  • Unicorn – A full-stack web framework for Django
    7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Aug 2023
    Unicorn is awesome, and I think most would agree that it's the Django communities answer to Livewire/Liveview/etc. Adam has built a brilliant project and the time he must dedicate to it is amazing!

    Last year I had a month free and I had a go at building something for Django in this area, with a bunch of interesting ideas - built on Alpine.js, resumable server side component state, inline component templates. But sadly time is limited and I just can't spend the time needed to push it further. One day I may be able to pivot back to it: https://www.tetraframework.com/

  • Django 4.2 Released
    6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Apr 2023
    There's a brilliant project called Django Unicorn that aims to be the equivalent of Laravel Livewire for Django. You should take a look.

    https://www.django-unicorn.com/

    That and HTMX + Alpine.js are a strong combination.

    (I also had a bash at building a similar tool for Django called Tetra but unfortunately haven't had the time needed to commit to it: https://www.tetraframework.com)

  • Ideal tech stack for future: Springboot+angular/react, MERN, .net core + angular/react, django/flask ?
    1 project | /r/developersIndia | 13 Dec 2022
  • Build a full-stack app with Tetra
    6 projects | dev.to | 18 Aug 2022
    Most full-stack applications separate frontend and backend code into distinct files; most web frameworks are built based on this structure. As the number of files and lines of code increases, it may increase the complexity of your codebase, thereby making it even more difficult to debug. The complexity caused by these separate files was minimized through the introduction of a framework called Tetra.
  • An SPA Alternative
    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Jul 2022
    One of my apps built on the Django+HTMX stack got traction and no matter how much I loved using HTMX, I found it’s not feasible to keep a clean codebase (facilitating new developers on the team as well) with this stack.

    [Tetra](https://www.tetraframework.com/) might be an alternative if you’re hell-bent on not using React.

    But, if you want to ship quick, have a maintainable codebase in a technology a lot of devs are familiar with and have the power to instantly have an app for mobile (and buy yourself some time to build one in React Native; code is going to be similar to React.js), I’d recommend using React.

    You can use Capacitor.js for instantly shipping a mobile app with your codebase that “just works”. Use Capgo for affordable codepush and you’re set!

    But then again, HTMX all the way if you’re not building an app cause not everything is an “app”. At the same time, if you’re building an app with a framework unlike Phoenix, I don’t see why would not go ahead and use a decent JS framework. It seems to be getting a lot of hate and I don’t understand if it’s because of the inability to learn React or what.

  • The next big python module: Which libraries are you missing?
    3 projects | /r/Python | 16 Jul 2022
  • Is there a Turbo Links or Livewire alternative for Django?
    5 projects | /r/django | 12 Jun 2022
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  • Golang Web Framework that works hand in hand with Alpine.js
    6 projects | /r/golang | 12 Jun 2022
    Recently I found a web framework the sits on top of Django and is specifically designed to work with Alpine.js (tetraframework.com). What makes it stand out is that HTMX or Hotwire isn't needed, as Tetra takes care of it. (discussion on ycombinator)
  • Tetra – Full stack reactive component framework for Django using Alpine.js
    1 project | /r/patient_hackernews | 27 May 2022
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