Ben runs PutYourLightsOn, a software development company behind some of your favourite plugins. With a background in Computer Science, Ben is passionate about user experience and data visualisation, which he puts to good use when designing and building back-end systems.
Reactive Searchable, Filterable Table with Sprig is made up of the following videos:
|1||Introduction to Sprigboard||Ben introduces the project we'll build in this course: Sprigboard!||05:58|
|2||Building Live Search||We start by building live search to find only section entries based on the keyboard inputted.||11:24|
|3||Building Search Filters||With search done, we continue to add a search filter to only show entries from the chosen section.||14:50|
|4||Building More Filters||Ben adds in two more filters for status and limit on number of results.||18:16|
|5||Sorting Results by Column||With the results displayed, Ben demonstrates how to sort them by column, reactively!||13:25|
|6||Reactive Pagination||Page through the results reactively using Sprig.||12:56|
|7||Pushing URL Updates||To create a share-able URL and to store our searches in the browser history, Ben adds URL updates with all of the search criteria.||14:15|
Andrew demonstrates how he uses an extended template to set global variables right in Twig. No PHP required!
Ryan and Andrew answer questions about where to start with front-end tooling, what makes a good Craft CMS hosting provider, and how to create a Twig global variable in Twig.
Andrew and Ryan answer your questions and show how the embed tag in Twig works.
How to create custom Twig filters and functions in Craft CMS.
Follow along with Sprig developer Ben Croker and build a multi-step reactive form with Craft CMS and Sprig.
Create reusable templates that can render content from any section of a site.
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