Our friend Simon has been cooking something pretty awesome for the Tailwind ecosystem and just announced it this week, be sure to check out the news section for more details!
Now onto our usual content 😉.
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There's lots of educational content for Tailwind but not a lot of full-fledged courses so I was pretty excited by Simon's announcement!
He's working on an upcoming course called Pro Tailwind and it looks awesome, check out a sneak peek at the tweet below:
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Another great primer from Ahmad, this one is a bit old but still holds true. It details all the spacing options you have available when working with CSS and when is best to use each.
This one is short and sweet, the title is pretty self-explanatory. It's a very unique and quirky problem to have but the post explains it very well and its concise.
Written but yours truly! With this post, you'll learn how to add breakpoints of any size and at any position (smaller, bigger, or in the middle). The middle one took me a bit to figure out but I'm proud of the solution!
This site has one of the best 3D animations I have seen on a website in years, it looks so freaking cool! While the typography is kind of generic and the layout is pretty simple, the choice of colors, the beautiful icons and the 3D stuff really make it shine!
For the curious here's IndiePaper's official description:
IndiePaper is a place for authors to write, edit, publish and sell their books. Just write and we'll take care of the rest, taking your manuscript to beautiful self-published books to the hands of your readers.
I decided to start featuring component libraries made with Tailwind CSS and wanted to start with Flowbite! They recently launched a Flowbite Blocks library and it looks very nice. I wouldn't call it Tailwind UI level but they have some nice variety. It currently only has blocks for Marketing UI but I expect that to change soon.
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