Tailwind Weekly #48: new Headless UI videos + the usual menu 🍭!
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Tailwind Weekly #48: new Headless UI videos + the usual menu 🍭!

Hello folks!

After last week’s big launch the ecosystem has been a bit quiet but the Tailwind Labs team is still hard at work! We got a couple of new video tutorials about the most popular Headless UI components and of course, our usual menu.

Let’s get to it!

🌟 News

It’s been a quiet week on the news front but the Tailwind Labs team has been busy creating videos for the new Headless UI stuff! Here’s what’s new:

I also discovered an extra video I think I haven’t mentioned here, its a few weeks old but still a good one:

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📚 Learning

Using TailwindCSS with Sveltekit

In Tailwind’s plan of world domination, we have a bullet point of being able to use TailwindCSS with everything, this article helps fulfill that. Behold! I bring you a guide on how to use our beloved tailwind with Sveltekit 😄

💅 Showcase

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🎁 Resource

Tailwind Ink | AI color palette generator for Tailwindcss

I know I know, you can’t get a perfect color palette with just math, but that doesn’t mean we can try! That’s where this week’s resource helps, Tailwind Ink is “a tool for creating new color shades based on a neural network” and “it’s trained with the TailwindCSS palette”. Definitely, something to play around with if you’re looking to spice up your next project.

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