Developers from DevDojo have opened the code of Pines UI library based on Alpine and Tailwind

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Summarize this content to 100 words The DevDojo team, which develops tools for working with the web, has open sourced the Pines UI library, based on Tailwind and Alpine. Descriptions of all elements and usage tips are available in the official documentation.The developers note that Pines UI is completely built on the basis of Alpine and Tailwinds, so there is no need to additionally export third-party libraries and frameworks to the project. Also, Pines UI is not an ordinary library, but a collection of elements that can be used in your own projects. To add an element, you need to copy its code and paste it into the project.Each element from the Pines UI collection is thoroughly documented and accompanied by a preview. You can additionally study the element in the Pines Playground sandbox. In it, you can change the code, adapt it to a specific project and see the changes in real time.Pines Playground SandboxThe project is fully open source and the repository is published on GitHub. Documentation and developer tips are available on the Pines UI official website. DevDojo develops the Tails site builder, a suite of SaaS implementation tools called Waves, and the MarkdownX editor with advanced features of classic Markdown markup.

Developers from DevDojo have opened the code of Pines UI library based on Alpine and Tailwind

The DevDojo team, which develops tools for working with the web, has open sourced the Pines UI library, based on Tailwind and Alpine. Descriptions of all elements and usage tips are available in the official documentation.

The developers note that Pines UI is completely built on the basis of Alpine and Tailwinds, so there is no need to additionally export third-party libraries and frameworks to the project. Also, Pines UI is not an ordinary library, but a collection of elements that can be used in your own projects. To add an element, you need to copy its code and paste it into the project.

Each element from the Pines UI collection is thoroughly documented and accompanied by a preview. You can additionally study the element in the Pines Playground sandbox. In it, you can change the code, adapt it to a specific project and see the changes in real time.

Pines Playground Sandbox

The project is fully open source and the repository is published on GitHub. Documentation and developer tips are available on the Pines UI official website. DevDojo develops the Tails site builder, a suite of SaaS implementation tools called Waves, and the MarkdownX editor with advanced features of classic Markdown markup.

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