Exploring Tailwind Integration and Composing with WeWeb: Shifting Focus to Ease-of-Use and Continual Learning

The State Changers discussed the use of "Tailwind" in "WeWeb", concluding that it's not the best fit due to the workload of grafting tools onto WeWeb. The meeting emphasized the importance of front-end user needs and the necessity of choosing tools that align with these needs, as well as one's technical understanding and the required tasks. It was proposed that user, tool, and job-evolution influence the right tool for the job.

The discussion discouraged sticking to a single tool prematurely and encouraged experimenting with multiple tools, like WeWeb, Webflow, and React, and spending an hour for an initial experiment and another if it produces results. This approach promotes out-of-the-box thinking and adaptability. The discussion also highlighted intelligent tool alignment with tasks and projects, and endorsed the idea of tool shopping. Finally, they concluded that iterative learning and trying new tools might speed up the eventual app shipping process, even if it diverges from the original plans. No mentions were found for keywords: Xano, FlutterFlow, Zapier, Make, Integromat, Outseta, Retool, Bubble, Adalo, AppGyver, AppSheet, Comnoco, Fastgen, Firebase, Google, OAuth, Stripe, Twilio, Airtable, DraftBit, Javascript, Typescript, Vue.js, JSX, HTML, CSS, lambda, serverless, State Change, ScriptTag, OpenAI, or AI21 during this meeting.

(Source: Deep Dive - Javascript for Low-Code 8/2/2023 )

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