Nada Rifki
Jun 5, 2020 ⋅ 4 min read

10 Tailwind CSS tips to boost your productivity

Nada Rifki Nada is a JavaScript developer who likes to play with UI components to create interfaces with great UX. She specializes in Vue.js and loves sharing anything and everything that could help her fellow frontend web developers. Nada also dabbles in digital marketing, dance, and Chinese.

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3 Replies to "10 Tailwind CSS tips to boost your productivity"

  1. Hi i’ve add new breakpoint like this

    module.exports = {
    theme: {
    screens: {
    xs: “375px”,
    m: “425px”,

    sm: “640px”,
    // => @media (min-width: 640px) { … }
    md: “768px”,
    // => @media (min-width: 768px) { … }
    lg: “1024px”,
    // => @media (min-width: 1024px) { … }
    xl: “1280px”,
    // => @media (min-width: 1280px) { … }

    but when i test


  2. In my case I wanted to extract everything into components but have overwritable styles for said components. You can use @apply inside of a vue components scoped style to do that. Best of both worlds.

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