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.
- 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
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🔥 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 🤗
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⚡️ How is everyone? We’re back this week with some new icons! Dropping on Thursday. ✨