If you are new to the world of web development, no worries. I’ve got you covered. I also started web development a few months back and I wanted to share my experience to provide the guidance that I once lacked. If you are looking to save time and rapidly develop accessible, responsive, and cross-browser compatible websites then UI Kits is definitely the way to go.
Hey everyone! Let’s start the day by creating something fun, why don’t we? Sound good? So, a little background before diving into the article today. I have been using Tailwind UI Kit (TUK) to create all sorts of landing pages and not to sound dorky but I’ve been having a lot of fun with it.
So, today I wanted to share how easy it is to create a responsive landing page for an event planning website using TUK.
I feel like I should talk a little bit about why TUK is the way to go! It’s fairly simple really, it…
Hey everyone, today I wanted to do something fun and exciting! That got me thinking, why not create a website for a flower store. The word exciting can be relative when it comes to a nerd like me. Yes, creating websites is actually something I find exciting and enjoyable. What’s that? I’m too lame for you! Wish I could disagree with you. But we are who we, right?
Now that we have established that I am in fact a huge nerd. Let’s look at how easily you can create a website for a flower shop using Tailwind UI Kit.
Hey everyone! How’s it going? For today, I have something very interesting planned. We have been looking at how to create landing pages using Tailwind UI Kit. So, for today why don’t we look at how easily you can modify the individual components using Tailwind UI Kit.
With Tailwind UI Kit or TUK, you get access to over 350 components and 10 templates with over 50 screens. Developers no longer have to worry about writing the code from scratch. They can develop websites in a matter of minutes using TUK.
Hey everyone! Maheen over here with yet another box of wisdom nuggets for all y’all. Although I’m not sure if you have been finding my articles interesting or I’m just tooting my own horn. Beans, beans, the magical fruit, the more you eat, the more you toot.
So, before I start overthinking about whether you guys even find my articles interesting or not and whether I have just been wasting my time creating new landing pages and writing articles on it and why I have been creating landing pages using UI Kits, to begin with, and just what am I…
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Hope you all had a great weekend because I sure did. I mean, who doesn’t love weekends, right? But this weekend was extra noteworthy. I don’t think I have been this productive, especially on a weekend, well, since forever.
I worked on a bunch of new projects and accomplished a ton. This has me on a kind of new high and has left me with a feeling that I can take anything life throws at me.
Well, on that positive note, let’s keep at it with this momentum that I’ve got going and dive right into it…
Whassup my peeps, Maheen over here.
Quite often than not we often overlook those of us who are starting out in the field. We were all beginners once, and there are many beginners out there right now. I consider myself a beginner as well because I have this personal belief that if you take yourself for a beginner, the learning potential is unlimited. Once you’ve hit that whole I-know-enough mindset, it puts a cap on your capacity to take in new information. So, yeah, beginner over here talking to other beginners. Howdy do?
Today we’re going to do something that…
Hey everyone! Maheen here back with another banger, as per the usual. Since I have been having so much fun creating landing pages for different websites I thought to myself, why not keep at it and continue the good work? Pat on the back for me. Whee.
So, for today, let’s look at how you can create a responsive, accessible landing page for a photography website in under twenty minutes. What that? I am exaggerating? Well, I guess you’ll just have to wait and see for yourself!
So, a brief background: I have been using Tailwind UI Kit (TUK) to…
Hey there! Maheen here. Today we’re going to do something fun because, well, I feel like it. What exactly? Okay, so we’re going to make a landing page for an app, any app (you can edit the components and the templates to cater to your needs, of course) using a template from Tailwind UI Kit. In the words of the greatest bro of all time, Pewdiepie, let’s just jump right into it.
If you haven’t read the previous articles of mine, let me just catch you up to speed about Tailwind UI Kit. It’s a UI Kit built using…
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This particular article is going to be about creating a landing page for your portfolio website using Tailwind UI Kit’s template. Without further ado, let’s just jump right into it.
If you’re yet unaware of the UI kit that I use, I’ll give you a bit of a recap about it; it’s Tailwind UI Kit (or TUK for short), a UI kit made using Tailwind CSS. It’s got support for React, Angular, Vanilla JS, and upcoming support for Vue. It’s got more than 350 drop-in ready components and around 10 templates with around 50 screens.
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