"A utility-first CSS framework packed with classes like flex, pt-4, text-center and rotate-90 that can be composed to build any design, directly in your markup" 🤔

tailwindcss.com/

@Gargron If you’re not good at CSS, it can help you achieve simple things. Or if you want to quickly prototype an idea, maybe it can help you, too.

Using a utility-first framework like this comes at the price:
- useless entry gate for CSS (tooling + backwards mental model);
- bloated HTML payloads for your user (because HTML often doesn’t cache really) and less maintainable HTML because it’ll be hard-the-fuck to read until you’ve extracted it into components.

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@meduz @Gargron I think it's good for teams that don't have many experts in CSS.

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