Tailwind Weekly #132: Zed support & upcoming meetup in Amsterdam šŸ»!

Hello folks!

This week I have some exciting updates for you. Dive into the news about Zed's new support for Tailwind CSS autocomplete, get the scoop on an upcoming Tailwind CSS meetup in Amsterdam, and explore some insightful articles on JavaScript, CSS, and web accessibility.

Let's dive in!

šŸŒŸ News

We got some cool tidbits to share with you this week!

Zed's now supports Tailwind CSS

Remember Zed? The high-performance, multiplayer code editor? Well, they've just rolled out a new version and it now supports basic Tailwind CSS autocomplete. If you love Tailwind, this might be a game-changer feature for you. Check out the tweet for a sneak peek.

Tailwind CSS Meetup in Amsterdam? šŸŒ·

Adam is heading to Amsterdam and is looking to host a Tailwind CSS meetup on October 4th. He wants to do a practice run of his Rails World talk and, of course, meet some awesome folks from the community. If you're in the area and can help out or just want to join in for some good conversation (and maybe a beer or two šŸ»), give him a shout!

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šŸ“š Learning

Understanding the JavaScript Modulo Operator

This post by Josh is all about making sense of a tricky JavaScript thing called the modulo operator. Josh illustrates its practical application in web development, particularly in managing circular arrays, such as cycling through a list of colors. Overall a great read!

How to make charts and graphs more accessible

Ever wondered how to make cool charts and graphs easy for everyone to understand? This piece shares some neat tips, like using helpful descriptions for pictures and making sure colorful charts are easy to see and interact with. Great read if you're building charts on your next project.

CSS lobotomized owl selector: A modern guide

This article talks about a special trick in CSS called the "Lobotomized Owl Selector." Its most common use case is to help with spacing on websites. The article looks at how it started, why it's useful, and how it fits with today's web tools.

šŸ’… Showcase


Another developer tool for you, this time about content! Vrite's landing page features very contrasting colors, a simple layout, and a beautiful dark mode. Also love that the screenshots' colors change when you switch from light to dark mode. Pretty nifty!

šŸŽ Resource


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