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Jag Reehals thinking on things, mostly product development

Posts about “tailwind”

Introducing Tailwind at Cambridge University Press

22 Feb 2021

Having used Tailwind in my personal projects, I was already a convert of the utility first approach. When I was given the opportunity to lead a new project at Cambridge University Press, Tailwind was the first tool I reached for.

In this post, I'll discuss why and how using Tailwind worked out for us.

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How To Use Tailwind Scoped Css Styles With Svelte

21 Jan 2021

In this post I'll show why and how you can use scoped styles with Tailwind and Svelte.

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How To Use Tailwind Scoped Css Styles With Next.js

21 Jan 2021

In this post I'll show why and how you can use scoped styles with Tailwind and Next.js.

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Using Tailwind? Consider adding a prefix

19 Jan 2021

Tailwind is rightly receiving all the attention it deserves. Every developer I've introduced it to falls in love with working with CSS again!

On a recent Nuxt project, I noticed a potential issue when using Tailwind class names.

Suddenly 'bg-green-500' didn't behave as expected, as an external component also using the same class had set the color to something else.

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How To Use Tailwind Scoped Css Styles With Vue

19 Jan 2021

In this post I'll show why and how you can use scoped styles with Tailwind and Vue.

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Creating Stencil Apps with Tailwind

13 Jan 2021

Stencil is a compiler for creating web components that work alone or with web applications written in React, Vue, Angular, Svelte, Ember or anything else you can think of.

Tailwind CSS deserves all praise love it's getting right now as the developer experience is incredible.

In this post I'll show how to create a Stencil web app using Tailwind CSS.

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