The difference between Web Sockets, Web Workers, and Service Workers
Web Sockets, Web Workers, and Service Workers are all terms used in front-end development.
They can be easily confused because they sound similar and have similar purposes. However, each one is a distinct tool with its own specific use.
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Writing complex classes using @apply and PostCSS nesting
Using a large number of classes can cause low readability and isn't suitable for large projects.
We can avoid this problem by using the existing TailwindCSS classes with @apply in our own custom CSS classes.
Learn how to use @apply with a simple button component.
- Tutorial #7 In the article, we will go into detail on how to use align-content.
- Tailwind landingpage themes for busy developers.
- Prepare your designs for printing with the `print` modifier.
- Build faster websites with Astro using the tools you already love. Read the new Astro tutorial and the Tailwind integration docs.
- What's new in Next.js 13? A deep-dive.
- Supertweak - a visual editor (Chrome extension) for Tailwind websites.
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