A Prettier plugin for Tailwind CSS that automatically sorts classes based on our recommended class order. (by tailwindlabs)

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  • Multipage Vite Vanilla JavaScript
    3 projects | | 20 Jul 2024
    To automatically sort TailwindCSS classes when using Prettier, you can follow this documentation.
  • Tailwind CSS for frontend teams: From settings to rules
    4 projects | | 3 May 2024
    Since this was a problem that many people had already encountered, there was already a solution. The first thing I found was Tailwind's official Prettier plugin, which ensures that class names are always ordered according to a certain rule. Best of all, it's auto-correcting, so I don't accidentally miss something or commit a different order.
  • Use TailwindCSS prefixes for shared design system components
    6 projects | | 22 Jan 2024
    It's not as if the correct order for the rules is mysterious. It's implemented in the Tailwind compiler. Tools like prettier-plugin-tailwindcss, which automatically sorts the class names in your HTML code to match the order in which Tailwind generates them in your CSS output, use a public API in Tailwind to get this order.
  • Tailwind CSS Tips and Tricks Worth Knowing
    2 projects | | 17 Jul 2023
    Other than that, you can get Prettier sorting your classes with the Tailwind Prettier plugin. And one more quality-of-life extension that might help your eye sores from a long list of classes is Tailwind Fold.
  • Automatic Class Sorting with Tailwind and Prettier
    1 project | /r/tailwindcss | 28 Mar 2023
  • How do you get the tailwindcss prettier plugin to work in electron-react-boilerplate?
    2 projects | /r/electronjs | 2 Mar 2023
    I everyone. I am using Electron react boilerplate and I have successfully added tailwindcss to the project. However, I am struggling to get the Prettier plugin tailwindcss to work. Iโ€™ve tried following the instructions in the readme but no luck. Iโ€™ve tried moving my prettier.config.js to the .erc/config dir with no luck either.
  • Why is tailwind so hyped?
    7 projects | /r/webdev | 13 Jan 2023
    Others have already replied, but if you need to structure your TailwindCSS classes, I recommend their official Prettier plugin which integrates well into an ESLint setup.
  • I've started breaking tailwind classes into multiple lines and feel like this is much easier to read than having all the classes on one line. Does anyone else do that? Any drawback to it?
    9 projects | /r/webdev | 2 Nov 2022
  • Tailwind CSS v3.2 โ€“ Introducing Container Queries, Multiple Configs and More
    2 projects | | 21 Oct 2022
    > Except that I read that it's great for writing, but a nightmare for reading.

    This is true at first. I can see it being pretty daunting to come into an existing project and trying to understand the styling of components. Starting from scratch and easing it into an existing project is much easier imo. That's what I did for a personal website. Now that I understand it and have converted the entire website to Tailwind, I don't want to switch to anything else going forward.

    Here's a Prettier plugin that sort the classes to keep everything consistent across components:

    Tailwind combined with classnames ( makes it really easy to have conditional styling based on component state.

  • Fastest Frontend Tools in 2022
    13 projects | | 4 Oct 2022
    Despite the existence of Prettier, arguments about code style such as how to sort ES module imports still exist. Manually sorting ES modules wastes time, and usually leads to losing context when you are writing code and then have to navigate to the top of a file to modify your import statements. I love using the @trivago/prettier-plugin-sort-imports plugin which automatically sorts new imports, and works perfectly together with TypeScript's auto-import feature. Similarly, prettier-plugin-tailwindcss automatically sorts Tailwind classes in your code.
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