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Category: CSS

Using Tailwind CSS

With Tailwind’s pre-built classes, you can design the layout directly in an HTML file. This makes it a very responsive, mobile-friendly CSS framework. Apart from that, Tailwind has proven to be a stable framework since its initial release. Tailwind CSS has recently grown to become an extremely po...

Bootstrap versus Tailwind CSS

Writing the complete CSS styling for your web app is a little tardy. In the age of CSS frameworks, it’s a no-brainer to use them, but there are a lot of frameworks, and as a beginner, it’s tough to figure out to choose which one from the vast available options. The two most popular fr...

Free TailwindCSS components to build UI faster

As a frontend developer often times we want to just spit out a decently looking UI in a short span of time. The advent of Tailwind CSS has already made our jobs easier but wouldn’t it be even better if we could use pre-built good looking components and that too for FREE? That’s right,...