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πŸ”— 5 best practices for preventing chaos in Tailwind

Working with Tailwind CSS is pretty fast and easy (that's why it's received such wide recognition). You just paste a list of different classes in your HTMLβ€”and your interface immediately becomes attractive! But, as the application grows, the lists of classes grow. Then, one day you realize you can't understand your code, you're confused with the structure of the application and magic variables, and work becomes a struggle. This article is all about avoiding this scenario, sharing some best practices to ensure you stay aloft when using Tailwind CSS.

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