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Discussion on: What's your experience with TailwindCSS?

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Mateusz Kwiatkowski

Well, I started to use Tailwind recently and I do it mainly with the help of @apply. I think this way of writing classes is better because it doesn't "pollute" HTML with hundreds of classes, which then blow the whole markup. In addition I think it is easier to discover some typo or make a change direct in CSS. But I still use them in HTML, where it makes sens for me.

Generally I think Tailwind with the entire customization and PurgeCSS is a great way to deal with CSS in a project.

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Nathan Doyle

For sure. And with Tailwind v2.0 they've made it easier to do just that: