We are changing the way we build the front end of our websites. Why is that?

This article has the answers.

Writing CSS can be really hard. It’s not debatable. Defining your own ideas or the designs you get from the design team can be frustrating.

Well, now you don’t have to suffer anymore. Tailwind CSS is an exciting tool that greatly lessens this burden.

Although Tailwind has been around for a while, you may not have come across it yet and are unaware of the advantages of working with it.

Bye, bye Bootstrap!

Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and Javascript framework for developing responsive websites.

Released by Twitter in 2021, it is a framework that is easy to install and maintain; encourages consistent development throughout the project; uses pre-built components; and brings projects to life with plugins and Javascript functionality to our projects.

However, the paradigm is shifting!

Hello, Tailwind!

Tailwind CSS, initially released in 2017, is a framework used to apply highly customizable CSS with all the tools we need to create custom designs, without having to override default styles or come up with absurd class names, such as products-inner-wrapper.


What you might be thinking is, “This is a disorganized way of defining classes.”

Yes, this is usually the first reaction.

But this way is much easier to maintain and is faster to write than traditional CSS.

What you put into the class attribute definition of each element gets compiled and added to the final CSS file.

In other words, there is no need to compile tons of lines of CSS in .scss files into a single heavy file, because the content will probably become obsolete.

Our clients also gain from the change, as we are able to increase design efficiency, build and refine responsive versions, and improve website performance.

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