The web development community is turning out huge frameworks that promise to be everything and the kitchen sink. This is great when you're building a large single-page app, but what if you just want to create a conventional web page? That's where Stimulus comes in, a fresh approach to a web framework. Stimulus simply exists to make writing conventional web apps much more enjoyable.
In this course, Jeremy McPeak will take you through all the basics of creating a simple, conventional web app with Stimulus. By building some simple examples, you'll learn how Stimulus is different from the other web frameworks out there. You'll learn to set up a Stimulus project, use controllers in Stimulus, and set up a build process for a Stimulus app. Not only that, but you'll also learn how to work with state in a Stimulus app—it's a little different from what you might have seen in other frameworks.