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Building Tailwind with PostCSS

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Building Tailwind with PostCSS
10 mins3 years ago

If Tailwind doesn’t support an integration for where you want to use it, build with PostCSS! This snippet gets you set up for development and production.

Alex Garrett-Smith
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