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Tailwind CSS
A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development. By , , , and .
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Andreas Meistad Jul 16
I spent way too much time on this color config tool for . Check it out at .
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Jake Dohm Jul 16
🔥 tip: Add custom screen breakpoints to your tailwind configuration, allowing you do max-width (desktop first) transformations, or to apply a class at *only* a single breakpoint (and not larger/smaller).
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Tailwind CSS Jul 13
Replying to @shawninman
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Tailwind CSS Jul 6
Replying to @RomaM88
Open an issue with a link to a GitHub repository that reproduces the issue and I’ll check it out!
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Sean Devine Jul 5
Excellent overview of using 1.0 and Purse CSS with ember.
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Jess Wallace Jul 5
Trying to improve my skills so I’m going to rebuild just using tailwind. I’m going to record the whole thing. Question is - should I do a walkthrough? Or a blog post following up afterwards and just make it a speed video?
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Tailwind CSS Jun 27
Replying to @tailwindcss
📊 Follow-up poll! For the people who said a client-side JS framework, which one are you using most with Tailwind?
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Tailwind CSS Jun 26
We have a cool group-hover feature for that sort of thing! 👍🏻
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Tailwind CSS Jun 26
Replying to @LiamHammett
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Tailwind CSS Jun 26
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Tailwind CSS Jun 26
📊 How are you most commonly authoring templates in your Tailwind projects? A. Client-side JS framework like Vue, React, Angular, or Ember B. Backend templating system like Blade, Twig, or ERB C. Completely vanilla HTML baby!
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Tailwind CSS Jun 25
Replying to @shawninman
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Adam Wathan Jun 21
🚀 Just released v0.2.0 of the official custom forms plugin! Includes a completely re-thought customization API that is a lot more flexible and powerful. Pending any show-stopping issues, this will very likely be re-tagged as v1.0 👍🏻
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Corey Ginnivan Jun 16
We switched to using for the refresh of - been messing around with it for a while, but was good to give utility-first CSS a proper go. Absolutely loved it in this context.
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Tailwind CSS Jun 15
Replying to @alistek
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derrick reimer Jun 14
Interested in using with ? I wrote a quick tutorial on the minimum changes you need to make to your Phoenix app to get up and running.
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Nuxt.js Jun 11
Tailwind CSS is now a command away from your NuxtJS project ✨ Install the module and get: 🗃️ Automatic files creation 🧹 PurgeCSS included 🚀 PostCSS preset env to stage 1
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Tailwind CSS Jun 9
Replying to @jeffersonlicet
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Kevin W. Hoffman Jun 8
If you're new to and trying to learn the utility class names, the Tailwind CSS IntelliSense extension for is super helpful. Suggestions, auto-completion, and CSS preview are just as helpful for learning as they are convenient.
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Tailwind CSS Jun 4
For a card it’s probably actually better to use a template partial or JavaScript component instead of writing a “.card” class. There’s only duplication if you choose to create duplication.
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