It’s red letter day: after three months of development and nine pre-release candidates, StimulusReflex v3.4 has finally dropped.
The introduction of Morphs in September elevated StimulusReflex from a cool proof-of-concept to a promising tool for building reactive UIs.
Open source projects need to think creatively to stand out. Hiring an actor to record a fake testimonial by a beloved fictional douchebag didn’t compute for some. The initial tweet was watched 9,100 times with 111 re-tweets, resulting in 27,000 impressions and 4,200 engagements. The YouTube version has been viewed 5,800 times to date. This prompted a flurry of high profile articles, most notably Rails legend Obie Fernandez’s epic “React is dead. Long live Reactive Rails. Long live StimulusReflex and ViewComponent”. StimulusReflex was the featured story in Ruby Weekly. Jason Charnes announced that a course is in the...
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