At GitLab, the front-end department has dealt with too many CSS issues. To take a stand against these issues, we’ve declared to not write as little CSS as possible. We’ve focused on writing utility classes to reduce these CSS conflicts.
As part of this, the talk of using tailwindcss came up. Unfortunately, we are on bootstrap and stuck in the bootstrap world, and I personally assume that there would be a lot of collision, either through class naming or specificity, or something else. It made me take a long hard look at my dependency on Jekyll themes, and wondered why I never bothered writing this up myself.