vite-plugin-windicss

Windi CSS for Vite, it's fast!

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vite-plugin-windicss

Windi CSS for Vite, it's fast! ⚡️

Features

  • ⚡️ It's FAST - 20~100x times faster than Tailwind on Vite
  • 🧩 On-demand CSS utilities (Fully compatible with Tailwind CSS v2)
  • 📦 On-demand native elements style reseting (preflight)
  • 🔥 Hot module replacement (HMR)
  • 🍃 Load configurations from tailwind.config.js
  • 🤝 Framework-agnostic - Vue, React, Svelte and vanilla!
  • 📄 CSS @apply / @screen directives transforms (also works for Vue SFC's <style>)
  • 🎳 Support Variant Groups - e.g. bg-gray-200 hover:(bg-gray-100 text-red-300)
  • 😎 "Design in Devtools" - if you work this way in the traditional Tailwind, no reason we can't!

Documentation

Read the documentation for more details.

New Features in v3.0

Attributify Mode

Enabled it by

// windi.config.ts
export default {
  attributify: true
}

And use them as you would like:

<button 
  bg="blue-400 hover:blue-500 dark:blue-500 dark:hover:blue-600"
  text="sm white"
  font="mono light"
  p="y-2 x-4"
  border="2 rounded blue-200"
>
  Button
</button>

Prefix

If you are concerned about naming confliction, you can add custom prefix to attributify mode by:

// windi.config.ts
export default {
  attributify: {
    prefix: 'w:'
  }
}
<button 
  w:bg="blue-400 hover:blue-500 dark:blue-500 dark:hover:blue-600"
  w:text="sm white"
  w:font="mono light"
  w:p="y-2 x-4"
  w:border="2 rounded blue-200"
>
  Button
</button>

Alias Config

// windi.config.ts
export default {
  alias: {
    'hstack': 'flex items-center',
    'vstack': 'flex flex-col',
    'icon': 'w-6 h-6 fill-current',
    'app': 'text-red',
    'app-border': 'border-gray-200 dark:border-dark-300',
  },
}

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License

MIT License © 2021 Anthony Fu

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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