Hi, I'm Jeremy McPeak, and I invite you to spend a little time with me so that I can introduce you to Tailwind—a utility-first CSS framework.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:19
2.Learning Tailwind7 lessons, 53:05
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:48
Without a doubt Bootstrap is the CSS framework king, and rightly so because the folks at Twitter certainly know what they're doing. But Bootstrap and many similar frameworks are what I call the kitchen sink of frameworks. They have styles for layouts, components and utilities. And it can be frustrating when you need to add custom or modified built in styles. And after years of the same headaches, it's refreshing to use a utility first framework like Tailwind. Hi, I am Jeremy McPeak, and I invite you to spend a little bit of time with me so that I can introduce you to Tailwind, a utility-first CSS framework. Now, what exactly does that mean? Well, instead of having predefined classes like button, card, columns and so on, Tailwind has a set of classes that you can use to build those higher order types of classes. Giving you the flexibility and control to style your projects exactly how you want it. And the great thing is you write little to no CSS. You don't have to be a designer or CSS guru to learn and use it. So in this course I will introduce you to the fundamentals, and we will practice using some of the common classes that you will use in just about every project. I can't wait to get started, so when you're ready cue up the first video when we will get started.