February 21, 2021tailwindcss
The original version of Tailwind CSS used jigsaw for the docs, the same project i use for this blog, which was lovely. However the latest version (2.0.3 at the time of writing) has migrated to next.js so it was time to investigate and install.
I prefer to have apache serve all my pages locally, so i followed the instructions adding a
to create an html static site of the documentation into an 'out' directory which apache can serve, which all worked well (if a little slow to generate it all). But it all works locally, which i like.
As the Tailwind CSS project has grown and matured, a great Awesome TailwindCSS github page has grown and grown.