Recently, a new CSS framework Tailwind CSS has been released and it has reached relative success among frontend developers. A totally new alternative to Bootstrap where it has dominated the market for a while. Only the future can tell us if Tailwind CSS can be a good replacement for Boostrap.
Tailwind CSS brings a lot of new concepts to developers. One major concept is the utility-first where you stop writing CSS and only apply CSS classes directly to your HTML file.
Another advantage is to write only CSS classes and you'll stop fine-tune your design by one pixel by one pixel and lose your time by details. For example, you can indicate if the font needs to be small by applying text-sm or you need a larger font size by applying text-lg.
Tailwind CSS includes a lot of more features. But, I won't discuss it here and you can check out on their documentation to see the details.
Here is the list of Tailwind CSS you can use for your next project. It's only a showcase of what I've done recently. But, in a couple of weeks, I'll share what I have learned in Tailwind CSS but also shared about web design. Like for example on how to build a navbar, a pricing table, etc.
Indigo Modern Tailwind CSS Theme - More info
Purple Modern Tailwind CSS Theme - More info
Landing Blue Modern Tailwind Theme - More info
Blue Dark Tailwind CSS Theme - More info
Blue Eclatant Tailwind Theme - More info
Blue Modern Tailwind Theme - More info
Blue Minimalist Tailwind Theme - More info
I'm the author of all these 7 themes and I have learned so much about Tailwind CSS, web development, frontend development, and React development by building these templates. I'll definitely share my experience with tutorials, blog posts, etc. Stay tuned.