Not much official news this week, the Tailwind Labs team is hard at work on cool stuff. In the meantime, we got more Tailwind Connect photos 📸!
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Adam released a bunch of pictures from Tailwind Connect, they're lovely! You can see them all here but there's a few:
On the community side, we got another awesome video from Sam Selikoff, where he showcases the powerful combination of Radix UI and Tailwind CSS. It's wild 🤯!
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shadcn/ui is a very opinionated React component library based on Radix UI and Tailwind that has been gaining some popularity in recent months. In this video, our friend Simon shows how to use it and why you might like it. I have been following Radix UI for a bit and shadcn/ui is exactly the type of project that can help with adoption.
This one is short and sweet! You'll learn how to make a beautiful shine hover effect using Tailwind and how easy is to adapt vanilla CSS to use it as Tailwind CSS instead!
A more general article but great nonetheless. This one is from Evil Martians, the folks behind autoprefixer and postcss. Just for that alone, the article deserves a glance and it didn't disappoint! I particularly liked point #8, will start implementing it on my forms going forward.
Sofa is one of those apps that makes you think "Huh, I didn't know I wanted that". It helps you "create lists of apps, books, board games, movies, tv shows, podcasts, music albums, and video games to enjoy later" and let me tell you, the landing page design is very nice. It has a kind of playful vibe with subtle colors and round font. Overall, a great landing page for a great app!
Here's another great icon source for you all! The Flowbite icons site is very similar to Heroicons as in you can copy the icon's code right away and the search is great. I do like that Flowbite has brand icons, albeit just a few. Looking forward to seeing it grow!
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