I've used tailwind a bit and usually run it through the PurgeCSS pipeline to cut down the size.
It pretty much just does a grep for every tailwind class in your vue/js/html files and if there is no match - it removes it from the css file. You can over-ride it if you're doing some fancy inline-template/variable-substitution stuff too :-)
It's especially nice as you don't need to change the tailwind config at all while you are developing - so you don't find yourself deleting a load of stuff then thinking 'damn, I wish I had those orange background colours after all...' ;-)
This is a super tip. I'll edit the article accordingly and credit you! Thank you!
Goodness - it's like christmas has come early :-D Thank you! :-D
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