Have gone down, of all things, a HTMX essays rabbit-hole. I discovered1 HTMX from reading Jim Nielson’s excellent blog, and although I haven’t had a chance to use it yet, I do like their principals to web front-end development.
Some articles that have grabbed me so far:
- Why htmx Does Not Have a Build Step: via The Cost of Avoiding Annoyance.
- Hypermedia On Whatever you’d Like: this is an approach to web development that I can get behind. Or, to put it another way, you can pull away my Go server from my cold dead hands. 😀
- Hypermedia-Friendly Scripting: I haven’t read this yet, but it’s next on my list.
Looking forward to actually using the library.
Well, maybe “rediscovered” is a better way to describe it. I tried adding HTMX to my bookmarks only to discover that it’s been there for over a year. ↩︎