I was helping someone get hands-on with some Tailwind CSS components as Tailwind CSS does not offer them along with their default package. Whatever they have are paid options.
I think we can find many options on the internet though. People has worked on Tailwind CSS and created free, useful and interesting components.
My favourite so far is
Looks good too
If you are looking for more, try
You can find Tailblocks on GitHub
I am getting used to Tailwind. But I still love Boostrap for being simple and straightforward.
You need to remember a lot of new things when it comes to Tailwind. I am getting a lot help from the backend staff here and other resources.
There are many 3rd party components. The authors are calling it " Utiity First", perhaps a nice name for components are paid. Nevertheless, if you want to try something other than Bootstrap, which has got tons of free supports and components and modifications, Tailwind CSS is worth a try.
But I am a pampered Bootstrap user. It is very interesting to copy paste pieces and get a website in the end 😉
Tailwind CSS 2.2 released
JIT: Reintroduce transform, filter, and backdrop-filter classes purely to create stacking contexts to minimize the impact of the breaking change (#4700)
If only they had a bit more support ? Bootstrap support is very useful when we are building something.
I am going to try Tailwind for a new project. Let us see how will it goes this time. There is nothing so challenging when we spend enough time understanding it.
Good luck. Feel free to ask if you get stuck. 🚎
Docs website is getting a face lift
Tailwind docs are getting a major redesign for the release of v3.0 including every example on the site.
Nice to know. I will keep track of this one. I frequently use their docs, so it will not be hard to spot.
Github says, Tailwind CSS registered 10 lakh ( 1 million ) downloads a week.