For those of you who don’t know TailwindCSS, I advise you to look here first: https://tailwindcss.com
Otherwise, for those who already use it, I like windcss because it’s a little interpreter/compiler, with way less dependencies, that supports all the tailwind 2.0 rules and writes them on the fly when needed in your HTML… so it’s way faster in dev environments than the default implementation, and don’t need to be “purged” in production.
I wish the “about”, or README, or linked-to wiki index page, told me why this existed. I currently use the regular Tailwind compiler, and it’s fine. Maybe a bit slow. The answer is on the What is windicss? wiki page, yay! It should be on the README.