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It’s (j)ust (e)leventy and (t)ailwind … OK, and a few other things; it’s still really small though.
While learning how to use Eleventy, I came across a few starter projects that combine it with Tailwind CSS, which is amazing, but they also come with so much more.
Personally, I only want Eleventy and Tailwind … and, taking the desire for simplicity one step further, I only want to use them via NPM scripts.
So, I made this and it seems to work 🤷♀️
npm run dev
npm run build
That’s it 🕺
As of November 25th, 2020, jet has been updated to utilize Tailwind CSS v2.0. If you want to upgrade your project from Tailwind CSS v1.x to v2.x, the Tailwind folks have a wonderful Upgrade Guide you should review.
I originally built this in about an hour through trial-and-error, so I'm sure there's a lot of room for improvement.