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Choosing a Responsive Email Framework: MJML vs. Foundation for Emails

Implementing responsive email design can be a bit of a drag. Building responsive emails isn’t simple at all, it is like taking a time machine back to 2001 when we were all coding website layouts in tables using Dreamweaver and Fireworks. But there’s hope! We have tools available that can make building email much easier and more like coding a modern site. Let’s take a look at a couple of different frameworks that set out to simplify things for us. First, the Situation You have to be compatible with lots of old email clients, many of which don’t even...

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Boilerform: A Follow-Up

When Chris wrote his idea for a Boilerform, I had already been thinking about starting a new project. I’d just decided to put my front-end boilerplate to bed, and wanted something new to think about. Chris’ idea struck a chord with me immediately, so I got enthusiastically involved in the comments like an excitable puppy. That excitement led me to go ahead and build out the initial version of Boilerform, which you can check out here. The reason for my initial excitement was that I have a guilty pleasure for forms. In various jobs, I’ve worked with forms at...

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How to Style a Form With Tailwind CSS

If you’ve been staying in the loop with the latest CSS frameworks, you’ve probably already heard of the newest kid on the block: Tailwind CSS. According to its documentation, “Tailwind is a utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom user interfaces.” In practice, this means using a variety of classes that closely map to underlying CSS properties. For example, applying a class like .text-center to an element means that we’re setting its text-align property to center. Simple enough, right? Using utility classes like this allows us to spend more time iterating through designs and avoiding premature abstraction of our...

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