Adam also teased us this week with a VSCode theme preview, made with the Tailwind CSS colors and it's supposedly upcoming soon! Can't wait to try them out.
Now, on to the usual 😉.
P.S. The Ukraine conflict is still ongoing. If you want to support Ukraine, here's a great resource on how to help and the best non-profits to donate to.
The latest Tailwind UI update was all about tables!
On another note, I always like to highlight community work and ecosystem contributions, and this week I noticed that my favorite Vue.js form library, FormKit, not only uses Tailwind CSS but also allows you to create your own theme for your forms using Tailwind CSS.
The sponsor of this issue is the DevTools for Tailwind CSS browser extension. The DevTools for Tailwind bring back designing and debugging in your browser. Intellisense autocompletion, full JIT engine support in minified production sites, and more. Get a 20% discount if you use the code
TAILWIND-WEEKLY during the checkout.
Polypane is a great tool for testing your project’s responsive design and accessibility. I use this daily for my frontend work and its 👌. Sign up and use coupon code "tailwindweekly20" to get 20% off your subscription.
Ahmad always amazes me with the ingenuity of his articles. This one is no exception. You'll learn how to code layouts that, were previously only doable with absolute positioning but now can be done with newer techniques like with CSS Grid.
Imagine doing a hero with lots of elements and no
position: absolute, it's amazing!
This one was written by yours truly. The Tailwind team made a great update to this plugin recently and after working with it since launch, I found a few quirks that you need to take into account when styling user-generated content with it. I hope you find it useful ☺️.
Who's to say that a landing page with a simple color combination, simple icon designs, and a simple layout can't be catchy and attractive? That's exactly what Firewards does!
Sometimes all you need is great copy, minimal colors, and a good enough layout to get your point across 😄.
Yes, it's another color tool but you'll love this one too! Tailwind Shades allows you to create an entire color palette that is compatible with Tailwind's color conventions (50-900 shades) and it even gives you the JSON code to use on your Tailwind config.
You just have to pick an initial color and tweak the rest of the shades to your liking with all their customization options 🎨. It even suggests a name for your new color set!
👌 Promoted links
Note: Some of these links are affiliate links, which means I get compensated in some way if you buy through them but I promise I only recommend products I really like!
We got a new template over at Red Pixel Themes! Say hi to "Podcast", our new podcast template. We think it's perfect for when you want something more custom & modern for your podcast site. You can get 30% off for the next 3 weeks using the code
Inspect Flow - The complete developer tool for Tailwind CSS. 50% off sale: inspectflow.io
Designing on your own and want fancy icons? Check out Iconfinder, they have the biggest and best selection of icons I have ever seen. All from highly talented designers from around the world.
This Week In React: the best of React & React-Native news. Sebastien filters the noise, and you save time!
Want to support the newsletter? You can buy me a coffee with the link below 😁.
Stay up to date with the Tailwind CSS email@example.com
Join other subscribers today.