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Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #188

Web-Crunch Digest - Issue #188
By Andy L • Issue #188 • View online
Hey there!
Last week was a busy one. I managed to get a new guide out for installing Tailwind CSS v2.0 while using Ruby on Rails. The new Tailwind CSS upgrade is an exciting one. It’s great to see how fast and far the framework has come. I struggle to want to write traditional CSS anymore. If you haven’t tried it, give it a shot!
Coming Up
I’m working on a CSS crash course behind the scenes right now. I just need to edit some video and prepare some distribution channels and it should be live. I believe it’s going to be my longest video to date 🙃.
I also have another part recorded of my Let’s Build for Ruby and Rails Developers series so look for that upload soon.
Thanks to you
As this crazy year winds to a close I just want to say thank you for your support and for being a subscriber. I set out about 3 years ago to build a blog to document my ideas, opinions, and things I learn. It blossomed into a bit of a learning platform that I’m excited to continue to grow. Building in public is a great way to hold myself accountable and this blog is no exception. Cheers and be safe out there!

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