Alpine 3.14-virt - /etc/apk/repositories ( 3.14 main, 3.14 community ) apk update && apk upgrade apk add wget lxc lxcfs bridge lxc-download xz lxc-templates gnupg debootstrap rysnc rc-update add cgroups rc-service cgroups start. FROM alpine:3.3 RUN apk update && apk upgrade RUN apk add -no-cache git=2.8.6-r0 bash=4.3.42-r6 python3=3.5.1-r0 However, the official Alpine package repo can drop any package version from any branch. This means that if you pin your package to an exact version in your Dockerfile, your Dockerfile may not work in the future.
Alpine's Collapse plugin allows you to expand and collapse elements using smooth animations.
Because this behavior and implementation differs from Alpine's standard transition system, this functionality was made into a dedicated plugin.
You can use this plugin by either including it from a
<script> tag or installing it via NPM:
You can include the CDN build of this plugin as a
<script> tag, just make sure to include it BEFORE Alpine's core JS file.
You can install Collapse from NPM for use inside your bundle like so:
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Then initialize it from your bundle:
The primary API for using this plugin is the
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x-collapse can only exist on an element that already has an
x-show directive. When added to an
x-collapse will smoothly 'collapse' and 'expand' the element when it's visibility is toggled by animating its height property.
You can customize the duration of the collapse/expand transition by appending the
.duration modifier like so:
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