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re: It is a blessing for backend developers like me who suck at design. I think Tailwind, at least as used by them on their linked demo site, is a ve...

I think you are still looking for Component libraries, as opposed to atomic CSS.

But that is what current Dev.to don't suggest much, at least according to my another question.

CSS-in-JS components or Single File Components, might be the answer you wanted.


Also not sure, if this reply is for me, but I read that post and some comments there, from what I read, Tailwind is planning to create Vue, and React components in the future, instead of only HTML versions. I guess it would be similar with Buetify and Vuetify, so you would have a let´s say tw-button element.

Still, for me the big advantage of Tailwind is there good looking design by default.

Tailwind did made a good showroom, though.

But, originally I intended this for Ben.


Who is this reply to? Sorry, threading is only a level or two deep here :)
If me, then I'm not sure what you mean?

It is a blessing for backend developers like me who suck at design.

NVM, but I actually mean that Tailwind is not meant for backend dev who are suck at design.

For me, it´s amazing for that. ;)

I can build good looking interfaces without much effort thanks to the solid foundation tailwind provides me.

A full-stack need to carefully pick up their battles. Tailwind gives me time to focus on other areas.

But again, this is my personal experience and my goals.

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