Walkthrough: Building An Angular App Using Tailwind CSS and Nx

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In this video, we will cover a walk-through from scratch covering how to Build and Angular app using Tailwind CSS and Nx including Angular standalone components.

🖌 Tailwind CSS setup and usage
⚙️ Nx monorepo configuration
🧍‍♂️ Standalone components
✅ Building a complete app in less than 2 hours with best practices

⏳ Timestamps:
0:00 – Intro
1:00 – Tailwind CSS intro
4:43 – Setting up Tailwind CSS
17:17 – How should you name color design tokens?
20:57 – Building the todo app

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