I feel like an idiot for not using Tailwind CSS until now.
If I had to recommend a way of getting into programming today, it would be HTML + CSS with Tailwind CSS.
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There’s one thing that sucks about @tailwindcss - once you’ve used it on a handful of projects it is a real pain in the ass to write normal CSS again.
Okay, I’m officially *all* in on the @tailwindcss hype train. Never thought building websites could be so ridiculously fast and flexible.
Have been working with CSS for over ten years and Tailwind just makes my life easier. It is still CSS and you use flex, grid, etc. but just quicker to write and maintain.
Okay, @tailwindcss just clicked for me and now I feel like a #!@%&$% idiot.
I've been using @tailwindcss the past few months and it's amazing. I already used some utility classes before, but going utility-first... this is the way.
After finally getting to use @tailwindcss on a real client project in the last two weeks I never want to write CSS by hand again. I was a skeptic, but the hype is real.
I didn't think I was going to like @tailwindcss... spent a day using it for a POC, love it! I wish this had been around when we started our company design system, seriously considering a complete rebuild
@tailwindcss looked unpleasant at first, but now I’m hooked on it.