Long time no see! Sorry for the silence folks, a close family member got Covid and had to be hospitalized so the last 2 weeks have been a whirlwind of doctors and helping out in whatever I can. Thankfully she’s all good now so we’re back to business!
I’m happy to report v2.2 just got released and by Adam’s words, it’s one of the biggest updates yet!
- v2.2 just got released this Thursday and it packs soo much new stuff it’s insane. I particularly love that we’ll finally have a native way of working with :before/:after selectors, I have been wanting that for ages!
- If you’re more of a visual person the team released a video showcasing the most important features of the v2.2 release, you can check it out here. I honestly was blown away by the background origin utilities, I didn’t know those existed!
- We also got 2 two videos in the last weeks. One is a code along where they show you how to code a certain layout they found and liked, with TailwindCSS. The other one is about controlling stacking contexts with new isolation utilities, it’s pretty powerful.
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I must admit internationalisation work has always been like dark magic to me, it involves a lot of changes to the way you architect your code to make it i18n friendly and it has lots of gotchas so I always stayed away from it, but this article Chen Hui Jing is so good it really opened my eyes to it, especially in the CSS side.
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Finally! We have a tailwind job board! I discovered it recently and just had to mention it. It’s made by the community and there’s a nice quantity of job posts already there, be sure to check it out!
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