When you are first learning a utility-first approach to CSS with a tool like Tailwind, memorizing the utilities can be a decent-sized learning curve. Even equipped with the excellent documentation and the intuitive, well-thought-out utility names, a quick reference cheat sheet sure comes in handy!
Made a cheat sheet app for @tailwindcss here: https://t.co/Zohlsiupel
If you've never tried a utility-first approach in CSS, I highly recommend – it fixes many (all??) pains associated with using traditional stylesheets.
— Jay Elaraj (@nerdcave) March 28, 2018
As you start typing, the interactive cheat sheet highlights your search and eliminates all except for classes that match your search:
The layout design helps you intuitively find related properties with links to the official documentation.
The cheat sheet is online at nerdcave.com/tailwind-cheat-sheet. You can learn more about Tailwind from the official documentation, to provide some context with the cheat sheet as you learn how to use Tailwind.
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