Today, we're going to be building a simple todo app with Vue.js, Laravel, and Tailwind.
Since the Summer of 2018, we have gathered a few thousand developers on the Sanity community on Slack. The excellent people there are not only helping each other out. It’s also a place where we show each other what we have built, and where the Sanity team can get useful feedback on upcoming features. We thought it was time to share some of the enthusiasm, reflections, and insights that we see every week.
We're hosting a meetup at Heavybit’s clubhouse on February 5th. It will be all about how to build voice assistants, and how you can customize the Sanity Studio. If you don't live in the Bay area, don't worry: We will record and put it up on YouTube.
Every week there are new sites and services that is deployed with Sanity.
Gatsby JS Course: Gatsby Source Filesystem. Setup Gatsby filesystem to make sure Gatsby is aware of application local files so you can access them via GraphQL.
Start learning about Tailwind CSS with this guide which covers installing via a package manager, generating the configuration file, building a website and reducing the final CSS file.
Figma Community file — Figma design kit built for integration with Tailwind CSS Tailwind Figma is a free and open-source set of UI components and pages designed to integrate with the utility classes from Tailwind CSS. Unlock the full version Get access to the full version of Tailwind Figma which includes 27 hand-cra...
Gatsby JS Course: Create a Gatsby Starter Website. Clone a Gatsby starter from Github to get the basic boilerplate for our Gatsby React application.
In today’s story, we will install Tailwind CSS on our Gatsby site. The first step is to create our Gatsby project. You can read my article to get started with Gatsby or you can directly download the ready-to-use code.