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Tailwind Weekly #39: a video, a book and a sneak peek!

Hello folks! This week we got a video, on how to use the new line-clamp plugin, a book, by the progra
Tailwind Weekly
Tailwind Weekly #39: a video, a book and a sneak peek!
By Vivian Guillen • Issue #39 • View online
Hello folks!
This week we got a video, on how to use the new line-clamp plugin, a book, by the programmatic bookshelf folks, and a sneak peek, from Adam, as part of the next Tailwind UI update.
Also, NASA is using Tailwind 👀, we got a primer on the mysterious `clip-path` and I bet angular fans will be happy with this week’s resource. I hope you enjoy this week’s goodies!
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Tailwind is getting so mainstream that we’re getting books about it now, check out The Pragmatic Bookshelf’s “Modern CSS with Tailwind”, the book is still in beta and around 75% but judging by the table of contents it looks like it will be very complete.
We mentioned the new official line-clamp plugin back in issue 36 but this week the Tailwind Labs team gave us a post and a video about it detailing more examples.
Adam also teased us with some upcoming application home examples for Tailwind UI, looks 👌.
Learning of the week
Understanding Clip Path in CSS
Showcase of the week
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Resource of the week
ngneat/tailwind
Classifieds of the week
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