re: Is the Tailwind approach a big step forward for CSS or just-yet-another-thing? VIEW POST


Absolutely love it! The main benefit, for me, is that the classnames are consistent. You can apply consistent classes to abstract the inconsistent css rules.

I like to compare it to the difference between Vue/AngularJS templates and jQuery. jQuery hides all the logic in scripts that can be who knows where. CSS can obviously be inline, but it's often hidden away in giant stylesheets. Tailwind pulls that obscured styling and makes it very obvious. Making development and debugging much easier and quicker.

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