TailwindCSS is so close we can taste it! If you want to look at the upcoming stuff we got a video for you in the news section. Lots of new features coming!
And as always, we have the usual list of useful links for you 😁.
TailwindCSS v2.2 is on the horizon but if you want to play around with the latest unfinished features then I got a video for you! It basically shows you how to start using the canary version and showcases some of the upcoming stuff, which is wild!
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Now that we’re getting support for every pseudo-selector in JIT mode I think this article will come in handy if you want to learn more about what some of the newer selectors do. As always Stephanie delivers a concise and easy-to-read article, definitely a great read!
Helpninja’s is a great example of how using clean typography, subtle colors, and screenshots as a main piece of content can create an aesthetically pleasing website. If you have a product and want to go the simple route for your marketing page, Helpninja is a good source of inspiration.
For the curious:
HelpNinja was created for small businesses that need a simple helpdesk system with affordable pricing.
This plugin does just one thing but does it very well, it creates content placeholders that are great to use when you want to animate the loading of your content. Check the demo and you’ll see exactly what I mean. Best part? It has a ton of options to customize it.
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At Tailwind Made, we launched our newest template, Masterclass! Masterclass is a premium template with a beautiful design, tailored specifically for online courses but can be used for digital products in general. We also have a portfolio, business, blog, and e-commerce template if you’re interested.
Polypane is a great tool for testing your project’s responsive design and accessibility. I use this daily for my frontend work and its 👌. If you sign up using this link you’ll get 20% off your subscription applied at checkout.
From the makers of Windy, comes Tint, the color picker for TailwindCSS developers. But it’s not like any other color picker out there, no sir, this thing automatically takes the color of whatever you have your cursor on and translates it to the nearest Tailwind CSS color. It’s macOS for now and supports Tailwind v1, v2 and v2 extended color palettes.
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