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We have been using Yarn 2 for quite some time, having originally switched to it for its native workspace support which is great for monorepos as we happen to have one. Because we use a lot of different dev tools (in no particular order - Vite, Vitepress, Astro, esbuild, Webpack, Eleventy, Firebase tools, Tailwind...) and many more actual dependencies. It's easy to understand how many dependencies we're bound to... - Source: dev.to / about 3 hours ago
Now that we have completed our 11ty setup, the next step will be to install TailwindCSS into the frontend. TailwindCSS is a utility-first css framework used for building modern websites. Visit https://tailwindcss.com/ to learn more about the css framework. - Source: dev.to / 1 day ago
I also wanted to use Tailwind CSS. I've previously played with it and I really like its flexibility and how easy and fast you can prototype and style your site. I'm not a designer and I'm not a creative person, so I particularly like the ability to quickly try things out and see how they look to find out what I like the most. - Source: dev.to / 2 days ago
In this post we'll be exploring what it looks like to use Tailwind CSS in our Kentico Xperience applications. - Source: dev.to / 7 months ago
Tailwind CSS, as per their own website is a "utility-first CSS framework" which provides several of these opinionated, single-purpose utility classes that can be directly used inside our markup to design an element. Some of the utility classes that I frequently use these days are:. - Source: dev.to / 2 days ago
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