React and Tailwind CSS is used to make a modern portfolio project that looks good.
What you’ll learn
React – Tailwind CSS Portfolio Project From Scratch 2022
- CSS isn’t enough to make a website that works on any device.
- Tailwind CSS: Colors, Heights, Widths, and so on
- Tailwind CSS has Flexboxes, Breakpoints, and a Grid.
- Animate on the scrolling parts.
- Making Lottie animations.
- React to functional parts.
- CSS topics like positions transform, and webkits are very difficult.
- It’s getting set up on NETLIFY.
- There are some basics of CSS.
- Basics of React
Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework that makes it easy to quickly build custom user interfaces. It is a very flexible, low-level CSS framework that gives you all of the building blocks you need to make your own unique designs without having to fight to change any of the styles that aren’t your own.
In this course, you will learn the following things from React, CSS, Tailwind CSS, and a lot of other things.
Colours, Height, and Width
Alignments and flex boxes
Animations, Keyframes, and Webkits are some of the things that make this game fun to play.
There are waves, blobs, transformations, and transitions.
People use React to make different parts.
There are no Media queries when you make websites responsive.
As the official Tailwind CSS documentation says, Tailwind CSS is a very flexible, low-level CSS framework that lets you make your own designs without having to change the styles of parts that you don’t want to.
CSS can be used to make beautiful custom user interfaces without having to write a lot of code. Tailwind CSS is a tool-first framework, so it gives you the ability to style each component in a unique way, the way you want.
Form follows function: The name of the utility class tells you what it does for easy design.
Who this course is for:
- They work with React.
- Developers of UI.
- Those who work on the front end.