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Turbopack, the successor to Webpack and rebuilding the Twitter profile page

November 3, 2022

Introducing Turbopack, the successor to Webpack

It's time for a new beginning in the compiler infrastructure for the entire web ecosystem. Webpack has been downloaded over 3 billion times and has become an integral part of building the web.
However, just like Babel and Terser, it's time to go all-in on native with Turbopack, the Rust-powered successor to Webpack.

It doesn't support Tailwind out of the box just yet but it can be used as a PostCSS plugin. Head over to the docs to find out how.

Rebuilding the Twitter profile page with Tailwind

You can literally re-create anything with Tailwind. Ronald Blüthl shares his code on Tailwind Playground on how to build the Twitter profile page using Tailwind CSS.

Twitter profile page with Tailwind CSS

Cool links

  • Check out this short tutorial on Medium from Tat Leung on how to integrate Tailwind CSS with MUI and Next.js.
  • Developers can have struggles too, especially when working on open-source projects. Caleb Porzio (creator of Alpine.js and Livewire) opens up.
  • Lessons learned from building reusable UI components at Razorpay.

Happening on Twitter

Simon Vrachliotis 🇨🇭🇦🇺🏀🏄‍♂️🏂💻

🔥 Tailwind Tip 🔥The <details> element takes an `open` attribute to determine if it's currently open or not.
You can use Tailwind's `open:` modifier prefix to apply styles only when the <details> element is... open 🤗

James 🤌🏻

✨[THREAD]✨ Figma (Adobe 👀) friends, in this thread, I will help people understand how I design these little cards…

Adam Wathan

Now: 🏒 Team of 7 full-time developers and designers 💵 Sustainable bootstrapped business 😲 Used by 2.8 million proj…


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