As we build out the Alpas core we are also making some real-life apps that help us improve the features already available with Alpas and create new features that assist with rapidly creating delightful web apps.
Over the last week, we have been busy working on a real-life app that we will share out shortly! This venture has been helpful with identifying some enhancements to Alpas that will also be released soon. 🙌
Lastly, we’d like to note that this will be the last weekly newsletter for the time-being as we will move the updates to a bi-weekly cadence.
From 2020–02–19 thru 2020–02–25
- 136 unique sessions on alpas.dev with representation from 38 countries
- GitHub :️ 👀 495; ⭐️67
- 32 total Slack members
- Documentation on how to deploy an Alpas app is now available
- AlplasCasts added a new video on how to delete a project in this continuation of the Fireplace tutorial series
Check out the full to-do list for getting to version 1.0 on GitHub.
Deployment documentation is now available. This documentation covers how Cleaver can be used to provision a server and then provides some simple steps on setting up the server and deploying your app! 🚀
JetBrains has a Kotlin academy that will launch you into the Kotlin language. The full Kotlin track takes about 24 hours to complete and will take you through 5 sample projects.
In this article, Jean-Michel Fayard highlights several resources that will continue your momentum learning the Kotlin language. 🚀
2020 will certainly bring about some new web trends. Jouan Marcel highlights that dark mode will stick around and gradients are coming back in vogue!
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