Throughout the book, two projects put all these ideas together. These projects help you see how everything you've learned works in real web applications.
The full table of contents of the book can be seen on the Leanpub page.
Super-charge your learning now with Modern frontends with htmx!
I could not be more excited about Wim's book, Modern frontends with htmx. It gives Java developers the tools to work effectively with htmx as a front end library, with an in-depth treatment of all of the major features of htmx and, more importantly, practical examples of how they can be used in conjunction with Spring and Thymeleaf.
Htmx can be a very effective way to build modern web applications, but it is useless without similarly effective server-side tools. In this book Wim shows you not only how to use htmx, but how to use htmx effectively with Spring and Thymeleaf. This "completes the circle" of modern web development with htmx and Java, and unlocks the promise of dynamic and modern web applications that don't break the complexity bank for Java developers. Thank you Wim!
After Taming Thymeleaf and Practical Guide to building an API backend with Spring Boot Wim has produced another invaluable resource when it comes to learning htmx. The book touches upon all the important parts and showcases the capabilities of htmx.
Whether you've never used htmx or have already used it extensively, you are sure to find some gems that you didn't yet know about. Htmx is, in my opinion, a library that should be seriously considered when building web applications, especially when you combine it with AlpineJS or hyperscript. This book further strengthens that belief.