Tailwind mobile styling

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Targeting mobile screens,By default, Tailwind uses a mobile first breakpoint system, similar to what you might be used to in other frameworks like Bootstrap.,Targeting a single breakpoint

<!-- Width of 16 by default, 32 on medium screens, and 48 on large screens -->
<img class="w-16 md:w-32 lg:w-48" src="...">
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Tailwind Mobile mostly designed to be used with "parent" frameworks like Ionic or Framework7. In this case you use "parent" framework as your app shell (routing, navigation, state management, native APIs, etc.) and Tailwind Mobile components for inner pages/views UIs.,Tailwind Mobile comes with an awesome set of ready to use UI elements:,Using it with frameworks like Capacitor and Cordova you can easily create real native apps with native look and feel.

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By default, Tailwind uses a mobile-first breakpoint system, similar to what you might be used to in other frameworks like Bootstrap.,If this is your first time hearing about TailwindCSS, do well to read this article first.,There are five breakpoints by default, inspired by common device resolutions:

<img src="example.png" class="w-24 md:w-34 lg:w-full" alt="">
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We’re going to build a mobile-friendly, fully responsive navigation using Tailwind CSS that:,You should now have a fully functional mobile-friendly, responsive navigation.,Mobile web browsing overtook desktop web browsing several years ago, so it makes sense to build the navigation mobile-first. We'll concentrate on getting this to work on mobile (smaller screens) and then adapt this to work on desktops later.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">

<head>
   <meta charset="UTF-8">
   <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
   <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
   <title>Responsive Navigation</title>
   <link rel="stylesheet" href="public/dist/styles.css">
</head>

<body>
   <h1 class="text-center my-10 text-4xl">Responsive Navigation</h1>
   <nav class="flex flex-col md:flex-row bg-gray-200 p-5">
      <div class="flex flex-wrap justify-between items-center">
         <div>
            Logo goes here...
         </div>
         <div class="burger md:hidden">
            <div class="bar1 h-1 w-7 my-1.5 bg-gray-800 duration-300"></div>
            <div class="bar2 h-1 w-7 my-1.5 bg-gray-800"></div>
            <div class="bar3 h-1 w-7 my-1.5 bg-gray-800 duration-300"></div>
         </div>
      </div>
      <ul class="links md:flex flex-col md:flex-row text-center w-full md:justify-around hidden">
         <li>
            <a href="#" class="block p-5">
               Home
            </a>
         </li>
         <li>
            <a href="#" class="block p-5">
               Services
            </a>
         </li>
         <li>
            <a href="#" class="block p-5">
               About
            </a>
         </li>
         <li>
            <a href="#" class="block p-5">
               Contact
            </a>
         </li>
         <li>
            <a href="#" class="block p-5">
               Blog
            </a>
         </li>
      </ul>
   </nav>
   <script src="public/dist/script.js"></script>
</body>

</html>
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The idea here is you use the breakpoint name as a prefix to determine if the prefixed class will apply, like so: breakpoint:class. A key point to know about Tailwind is that it is mobile first, so default classes will apply to everything. Breakpoints then control what applies going up in size from there. Return now to the navbar to get a concrete understanding of this idea.,In this tutorial, you will see how to build a responsive layout to get a deeper understanding of how Tailwind CSS works.,The JavaScript used to show/hide the menu in mobile is seen in Listing 4. Note how it just uses the Tailwind hidden class. This script goes at the end of the HTML body.

Listing 1. Tailwind header

!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en">

<head> 
   <meta charset="UTF-8" /> 
   <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0" /> 
   <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="ie=edge" /> 
   <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://unpkg.com/tailwindcss@^2.0/dist/tailwind.min.css">  <title>Intro to Tailwind CSS</title>
</head>

<body></body>

</html>
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Tailwind CSS is an amazing library that could take some getting used to. However, when you master it, you can quickly prototype responsive web applications that you can later optimize for production and maintainability.,We have set up everything we need to work with Tailwind right now, and we will address any other settings we might need when we get there.,We import Tailwind at the top of our index.js file by writing:

Setting up a very minimal Next.js project is very easy. It requires NPM to be installed. We need to install React, React-DOM, and Next.js via NPM (or Yarn) and set up our project by adding index.js in a pages folder. That is it.

npm init - ynpm i next react react - dom
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