What makes this article interesting is that he started as a non-believer even making such remarks against it:
Tailwind caused ugly unreadable classname soup and said zero-runtime CSS-in-JS could do more with a lower learning curve. -- swyx
After shipping a few projects with Tailwind, he's now done a full 180.
I was wrong on 2 counts: Tailwind is easier to learn than I thought, and CSSinJS's flexibility can be a negative. -- swyx
From naysayer to believer, it's an interesting read if you are on the fence with Tailwind.
Typically these function either go untested or become exported just for testing.
Now you can leave those functions un-exported and still run your test suite against them.
Amplibox is a Self Hosted File Storage App with AWS Amplify also by swyx.
The demo looks incredible and it's pretty easy to setup.
Remix is at it again! This time with a coding tutorial from Ryan Florence on caching.
If you were ever curious about what an
cache-control headers and how the browser reacts to these. Then I I would highly recommend watching this:
Devs Like Us is a brand spanking new YouTube channel with only 80 subscribers so far!
Their content is fantastic and they deserve way more than 80 subs. So head over to their YouTube and hit that SUBSCRIBE!