The templates update for Tailwind UI is here and it's awesome 🤩. I particularly love the podcast website design, I think it would also look good as a blog.
Read the news section for more details on the rest!
Now onto our usual content 😉.
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This week the Tailwind Labs team released a special update for Tailwind UI, 5 new template designs made with Next.js and coded like a production website, here's the list:
- Syntax — a documentation site template powered by Stripe’s new Markdoc library that’s perfect for things like open-source projects or product documentation.
- Primer — a landing page template for ebooks and courses that bakes in a lot of the best practices we’ve learned releasing our own info products.
- Salient — a stunning but simple SaaS marketing website you can quickly adapt for your next idea without burning time you wish you were spending on the actual product.
- Keynote — a beautiful conference website design that works just as well for small local gatherings as it does for international events.
- Transmit — an awesome podcasting template with a custom persistent audio player that you can wire up to your own RSS feed in no time.
They cost $99 each but you can get all of them plus all the other Tailwind UI stuff for a single all-access forever price of $299.
"It’s a one-time purchase of $299. No subscription, no upgrade costs — if we add something new to Tailwind UI, it’s yours, forever"
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Another awesome video from CSS Weekly! With this one, you'll learn all about
:nth-child selectors, how they work, what kind of math works with them, and even how to use negative numbers! All packed in a less than 15 minutes video!
This article really caught my eye because it's such a unique use case. The most interesting thing is that the author doesn't use Maizzle and decided to use his own approach. Long story short he created a separate tailwind config file just for his emails and he's inlining the generated CSS on the email template. Pretty standard stuff but with Tailwind!
Who said a recruitment agency's website has to be boring! This week's showcase has very good-looking real-people shots, elegant typography, and vibrant colors. I love the hero image hover animation, and the whole shapes and lines combination, kudos to the designer!
This was on my radar a couple of days ago. Tailwind DX is a Chrome Devtools extension for Tailwind CSS developers. I see it as standard devtools but on steroids, you can change values based on tailwind's config and toggle individual classes too. The video explains it a lot better. Overall, a very good tool to have on your arsenal.
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