i’m eagerly awaiting the Cwicly-Tailwind integration, which is why I’ve started writing my own Tailwind plugin for my SCSS tools.
However, the question now arose as to whether the integration can handle tailwind plugins at all.
With the Winden plugin you can use external tailwind plugins via esm.sh or skypack.dev.
The problem is, my own Tailwind plug-in has to be uploaded there first, which is all new territory for me, just like npm packages.
I also don’t want to release my plug-in to the whole world straight away.
It would be perfect if Cwicly offered an easy way to deliver your own Tailwind plugin using a Cwicly child theme with the Tailwind integration.
Another approach would be to make your own Tailwind plugin available online using the Cloud Design Library.
With these two solutions, you could save yourself the diversions via npmjs.com, esm.sh, skypack.dev and the like.
The question is, of course, whether this is all so easy. Unfortunately, I don’t have the experience in these things.
So I’m all the more looking forward to your answer and the answers from the community.