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Centering things with CSS used to be a chore. Now with flexbox, it's as easy as 3 lines.
Adding Sass is as easy as installing node-sass and renaming .css files.
Knowing the terminal is essential in web development. Here's 10 commands that should be part of your toolset.
If you want to work in web development, learning how to create pull requests is essential.
Lazy loading is a great way to make our sites more performant. Next.js comes with next/dynamic to help with lazy loading.
In this article, we'll take a look at how we can use Tailwind CSS to make alerts. Alerts are a great way to notify users of something that needs their attention.
Building Bootstrap components in Tailwind is a great way to learn how Tailwind's utility classes work.
In this tutorial, we'll be creating a Node.js API that allows us to create, read, update, and delete posts. This would be used for a blog. Node APIs are essential when needing to build your own microservices.
Fig is a tool that brings VS Code style autocompletion to your existing terminal. A visual and helpful tool for using your terminal.
Making Tailwind buttons is one of the first things you need to do when learning Tailwind CSS. Let's explore how to make them with the utility classes CSS framework.
GitHub Copilot calls itself an AI pair programmer and I found that to be true. It even helped me write this post.
Use Tailwind CSS to create the perfect circle and learn different ways to use them.
Use Tailwind CSS to create a 3D button. We can hover the button and see the 3D effect.
Tailwind CSS makes it easy to create navbars thanks to its flexbox classes.
Use Tailwind's CSS grid classes to quickly create the Slack logo.
Learn how to use the Notion API to quickly build a Notion database and access your new data.
Tailwind v2.2 brings us cool new features like styling highlighted text.