It's been a quiet week on the Tailwind CSS ecosystem but we did get a very nice Tailwind UI update, which you'll find incredibly useful if you do any UI work related to time. We also got the promise of some specific upcoming updates too!
Now, onto our usual menu 😉.
Tailwind UI got a very nice update, it now has the Calendar category and it looks beautiful.
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max and I just had to share it! The kind of things you can do with
clamp were extremely tricky just a few years ago and now you can do it with just 1 property 🤯.
I'm not a big fan of NFT, to be honest, but I have to admit their websites tend to be incredibly designed. This week's showcase is no exception. With stunning scrollable animations and vibrant colors, this website looks like a work of art. I'm honestly more impressed by the website than by what they're selling 😂.
For the curious, here's WOWC's description:
WOWC is a community based NFT project combining art, tech and finance.
This is the kind of resource that is incredibly niche but incredibly useful! If you're on macOS, you use Alfred (a very powerful spotlight alternative) and you find yourself opening the Tailwind CSS docs every few minutes then this Alfred Workflow is definitely for you.
Here's the gif in the docs so you can see how useful it can be:
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