For my US friends, I hope you had a great long weekend!
This week we got some couple of exciting news from the Tailwind Labs team: a brand new template, new beautiful icons, and a cool update for Tailwind Play. Get more info in the news section!
Now onto our usual content 😉.
Ok since we missed last week we got a couple of updates for you.
Second, Steve announced a new batch of icons for Heroicons, it's just a few of them but little by little, the library is growing!
Last but not least, the Tailwind Labs team added support for the insiders builds on Tailwind Play. This means that you can test the latest unreleased features without leaving your browser!
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Another awesome video from Youtuber Colt Steele, the best part for me was all the examples he gave for Conic gradients and how easy they were to use. Definitely gave me a few ideas to use in the future! Overall this is a great CSS gradients intro for beginners and senior devs alike.
This is a great article on how and why to use the
overflow: clip CSS declaration. As always Kilian offers a concise explanation of the feature and shows a very cool example, he even mentions the related
overflow-clip-margin property. The best thing is, that you can already use
overflow: clip with Tailwind CSS by using the
Written by me! I wanted to do a gradient text effect on a project and realized how easy it is to do it with Tailwind CSS but I also found some gotchas, which are documented in the article. I hope you find it useful!
This week we have a website with a very unique design, more grungy looking, and reminds me a lot of a comic book. I have to say I love the font choices (Inter ftw!) and the fancy background effects. Even the cookie consent popup looks cool!
For the curious, here's Leadgeek description:
Trusted by Amazon FBA sellers across the world, Leadgeek offers online arbitrage sourcing lists, software, and tools to put you in control of your selling.
Here's another component library for you. Based on Tailwind CSS of course and uses a beautiful green hue as the main color, it also looks very clean and most of the components have a lot of variations. If you like the green hue then this is a great library to jump-start your next project.
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