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Design and Implement Common Tailwind Components

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Adam Wathan
47m closed-captioning
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Now that we covered fundamentals, we're going to design and implement common components that you will see in the wild.

We'll start with a basic Vue.js application and some hard-coded data that will be displayed within the application.

Still Awesome

This course is direct from the library author and is still awesome even though it’s built on the previous version and there are minor API changes.

This course is part of the Design with Tailwind CSS Masterclass.

What you'll learn

  • Style a Card Components
  • Style badges
  • Style SVG Icons
  • Style Images

Learner Reviews

  • Arkadiusz Wasilonek
    6 months ago
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    What did you like about this course?

    Simply amazing – I've played around with tailwind on my own. But even having lots of css under my belt, it's not that straightforward to "convert" to this way of thinking (in utility classes).

    You show how to do some base stuff in simple steps, but this also has a tremendous design / UX value; explaining the rationale behind each change, why emphasize this or that.

    The actual recording quality, speech – superb ;) I would probably watch an 1-2 hour session where you design a complex page with tailwind just for fun ;D

Course Content

47m • 7 lessons

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