Tailwind Weekly #43: We got a new "Rebuilding X with TailwindCSS" video + the usual menu!

Tailwind Weekly
Tailwind Weekly #43: We got a new "Rebuilding X with TailwindCSS" video + the usual menu!
By Vivian Guillen • Issue #43 • View online
Hello folks!
What an interesting week! We had a new video from the Tailwind Labs team, rebuilding another website with Tailwind, and also discovered the #30DaysOfTailwindCSS challenge, I particularly liked the Day 27 challenge, just because I love using “bg-clip-text”.
And of course, we have our usual menu of one good learning resource, one great showcase website, and one useful plugin or app!

Note: Some of these links are affiliate links, which means I get compensated in some way if you buy through them but I promise I only recommend products I really like!
🌟 News
From the Tailwind Labs team, we got a new “Rebuilding X with TailwindCSS” video, this time rebuilding the “Sick Fits” app originally created by Wes Bos and made by Simon. I really missed these!
Also, our friend Michael Andreuzza, a fellow TailwindCSS fan, created a few social initiatives for the framework, like TailwindCSS garden (inspired by the famous CSS Zen Garden) and the#30DaysOfTailwindCSS challenge. Definitely something to try out on your next free weekend 😁.
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📚 Learning
What the heck, z-index??
💅 Showcase
BaseCode - a field guide to writing code that lasts
🎁 Resource
🗞 Classifieds
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