When I first see Tailwindcss, a utility-first CSS framework, I had similar ideas with most of the developers had.
Why would i use tailwind, If I can do it in my s/css folder as well? Html classes kill the readability and grow inevitably if you have complex user interface designs.
Alright, you are right. However, as Adam Wathan says — the man behind the tailwind — “you’re never going to believe me until you actually try it”.
After reading this on the official tailwind website, I gave it shot and surprisingly find it easy and handy and want to share…
In my last story, I tried to come up with an easy solution to front-end developers who doesn’t want to spend backend effort for authentication & authorization of their web application. You are welcomed to check it out, if interested in.
This time with a full-stack project, an offline messaging application, I will try learn and share my experience with a medium series. The motivation behind this series will be to learn a backend framework and sharing my perspective of learning backend framework as a frontend developer. I hope it will give some insight for frontend developers want to learn…
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