Redwood, the fullstack React framework and checking out Tailwind's new version
Redwood released a few months ago, it is a fully featured fullstack React framework. Tailwind, my CSS framework of choice, recently released a new version!
Credits to Fireship he’s an awesome YouTuber. Check him out in the video above or on his Twitter.
Redwood is a fully-featured full-stack framework that incorporates React! But, that’s not all it also contains all the backend libraries you may need as well as testing integration.
Main driving points:
That’s a ton of integrations straight out of the box! As you can tell from their choices it’s highly opinionated. This isn’t always bad, it covers a lot of ground on its own so you don’t have to worry about the details and can just start coding right away.
Here’s an example repository for a TODO application.
If you’re starting a new React application or just an application in general this is a solid choice.
Tailwind continues to be my favorite way to style components in React. It covers a ton of the styling choices for you so you don’t have to worry about it but it is also very hands-off in a lot of aspects so it is very extendable.
One of my favorite new features is Typescript support!
For a full list check our Adam’s post above.