I'll keep the intro brief today. It's the end of an era my friends, Internet Explorer 11 is dead and buried 💀.
Now onto our usual content 😉.
The Tailwind Labs team is hard at work creating new marketing components for Tailwind UI. Steve shared the following image as a sneak peek on Twitter and the new sections look stunning!
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A lot of websites have dark mode toggles nowadays but if what you want to add additional themes besides dark? This piece outlines how you can create your own accessible theme picker and while it features custom CSS I think you can easily recreate that part with Tailwind CSS.
I admit, the title is a bit misleading but if you want to learn all about border-radius and using its shorthand then this article is for you. I liked the part that explained how you can have unequal corners with percentage values.
Adam and a few other popular devs have advocated using HSL more often, and this article explains all there is to know about using them. Another great piece from LogRocket!
Adam recently tweeted this site as a great example of using one of the Tailwind UI templates and customizing it to the fullest and boy he was right!
AWS Fundamentals is a book about AWS for the real world, not just for certifications. It uses the Primer template with other Tailwind UI components and it looks pretty nice. Who knew you could make yellow look that good!
I found this site recently, it features a box shadow generator and a list of beautiful box shadows which you can copy as Tailwind CSS code using arbitrary values. I particularly liked the PurpleStamped one, looks very unique!
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