It's official folks, the Tailwind CSS job board is live 🤩!
I think this will be a great addition to the ecosystem, now people who love Tailwind CSS can find jobs at companies that love it too, that's a big win in my book!
That's the official announcement tweet from Adam, so exciting!
For the curious, here are some interesting facts about the job board:
- Each job post costs $499 but there are some additional perks you can buy like boosting the listing every day or every week.
- There's a newsletter that sends you the latest job posts every week.
- All job posts are also shared on the official discord chat in a special channel so it doesn't get lost in the busy community hiring channel.
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Another great video from Kevin Powell, I really liked the first hack (using
border-radius: 100vmax), I have never seen it before and it's very clever! The other tips are just as good, definitely a great watch!
This one is an old one from Shadeed but it's still very relevant. The article details a very good mental framework on when and how to use CSS Grid and Flexbox for coding layouts.
Written by me! I had this issue recently with a client project and realized the solution had a few quirks you need to keep in mind, so I decided to document it in this blog post. I hope you find it useful!
Another personal site! This one is from Lee Robinson, a talented developer with a very good eye for design and it shows all over his portfolio! From the micro-interactions animations to the minimal but beautiful layout, the whole site is just nice to look at. I also particularly loved his Dashboard page, very clever!
CSS Weekly recently did a video about this one and I just had to share it! The package helps you create fancy SVG wave shapes, which can make your design really unique. The best part is that, depending on how you configure it, the shapes can change on every page load, very unique!
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