Exploring Tailwind Integration, Handling CSS Files and Configuring Codebase
The meeting among State Changers concerned coding issues, specifically in relation to code sandbox and Tailwind. The participants discussed the effectiveness of trying code on code sandbox, a platform known from a prior Udemy course. They pondered how to install Tailwind on code sandbox, acknowledging that Google was not helpful in providing a guide. Instead, they suggested following a step by step tutorial and using the terminal commands within the code sandbox.
Concerns were raised regarding the adding of Tailwind directives to CSS. The participants clarified that one could create a main CSS file in a template application, where they could add the Tailwind directives. Tailwind was deemed useful since it allows for clean source code that transpiles into more complex codes for the browser, while non-referenced classes are ignored.
The discussion concluded with one member intending to follow the steps discussed to get their CSS up and running, before possibly investing $300 in Tailwind UI. The participants also encouraged raising questions on a forum where they would offer help, reflecting their ongoing commitment to resolving coding challenges. There were no explicit mentions of "Xano", "WeWeb", "FlutterFlow", "Zapier", "Make", "Integromat", etc. in this meeting's transcript.