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Published: May 19, 2020
May 2020

CSS tools and frameworks offer predesigned components for fast results; after a while, however, they can complicate customization. Tailwind CSS proposes an interesting approach by providing lower-level utility CSS classes to create building blocks without opinionated styles and aiming for easy customization. The breadth of the low-level utilities allows you to avoid writing any classes or CSS on your own which leads to a more maintainable codebase in the long term. It seems that Tailwind CSS offers the right balance between reusability and customization to create visual components.