When I write code, I try to remember that everything is broken until proven otherwise. I’ve been shifting my learning to browser-based platforms that I am working on and with that shift, browser tests have started to be folded into that mindset.
I’ve been taking more and more tickets with the new gig. This week I was tracking down some text to make some updates, and this was not as simple as I thought it might be, so I decided to take some notes and reflect on some stuff I learned.
React offers the ability to build out web applications quickly. One of the details of this strategy includes passing data to different components in the DOM. This can consist of needed data to build features, states of a component, and anything you can think of.
It’s been some time since I did any frontend development, and I don’t miss it. After a couple of years of learning the fundamentals, I would have loved to have some alternatives to manually writing CSS.
Now that I am diving back into it, I am happy there are tools not to replace but improve the CSS experience. In that spirit, I want to look at Tailwind CSS.