v3.1 was just released a few days ago and it's packed with small but powerful improvements. I'm pretty excited about the "Arbitrary Variants" feature, I think it will be a game-changer for more complex sites. Check out the news section for more details!
Now onto our usual content 😉.
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With v3.1 being out, Adam recorded a video showing the highlights and it's hilarious 😂, but be sure to check the official blog post for more details on the release.
On the community side, we got a few goodies!
Then she had the following exchange with Adam:
I think a Tailwind CSS conference would be pretty exciting! If you have an idea for a talk, be sure to reply to the thread and let Adam know, maybe we can convince him 🤩.
On another note, Maizzle just hit v4.0! Maizzle is basically Tailwind CSS for emails, and with this new update, it now supports Tailwind 3.0 and added some cool features like new variants for targeting specific email clients.
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Another video for you! This one is about setting up Tailwind on the popular static site generator Astro. Astro has been getting some traction recently because, while it embraces popular JS frameworks, it also focuses a lot on generating fast websites with clean markup.
Another goodie from Shruti, this one is a course on Laracasts about CSS grids. If you still feel a bit intimidated while working with CSS grid then this video series will be great for you. Even though it doesn't use Tailwind, a lot of the concepts can be replicated with Tailwind CSS utility classes.
This week's showcase is Hyperdoc's landing page. I have to say that this homepage is gorgeous 😍.
Even though it uses a common font for Tailwind websites (Inter) they really made it shine with the different colors and weights. And its use of beautiful gradients and elegant shadows make for an incredible combination.
Gust is a WordPress Theme starter made with Tailwind CSS. Even tho it's a paid product I think it has some great features that justify it. It has Woocommerce support, is speed optimized, and offers a library of components and templates you can use out of the box.
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