Making sense of Tailwind in Svelte

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Svelte and TailwindCSS are kinda weird together aren't they? Svelte has this awesome built in styling capability but Tailwind will have you mostly ignore it, since "no custom CSS" while using it is a virtue. The best practice for production builds is a regexp based pass over generated content that is completely outside of the Svelte build process. It may seem conceptually awkward but I actually think they go well together if you use them in a certain way, a way that may be different that what you've seen before.


about TailwindCSS

A utility-first CSS framework packed with classes like flex, pt-4, text-center and rotate-90 that can...

about Svelte

Svelte is a free and open-source front end JavaScript framework created by Rich Harris and maintained...

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Great performance tips for using TailwindCSS in Svelte