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Build a Responsive Navbar with Tailwind


Adam Wathan

22m closed-captioning
3 lessons
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Published 4 years ago
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The Navbar is a common component you will find yourself styling in almost any application.

In this course, we'll style a Navbar for a mobile view with a logo and toggleable hamburger button that will contain nav links.

After building up the mobile view, we will refactor the navbar to be responsive by removing the hamburger menu from the navbar and replacing that with the links directly inline within the Navbar

What you'll learn:

  • Best practices for mobile-first UI development
  • Use the mobile first breakpoint system
  • Use responsive utility variant

Course Content

22m • 3 lessons

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