Experimental Features

The following features are not yet supported but are in experimental development. These features might undergo substantial changes before being officially released - or never be released at all.

However, you are welcome to try them and provide feedback!

Tailwind CSS support

As of version 0.12, it is possible to build Pegasus using Tailwind CSS instead of Bulma. This is particularly helpful if you intend to swap out the front-end for something like Tailwind UI, and want to have the build pipeline working out-of-the-box.

Be advised - the Tailwind implementation ships with Pegasus is not 100% mobile-friendly, and has other styling quirks (see below).

Known issues

Known issues with the Tailwind build:

  • Mobile styles are not well supported
  • Several examples are not yet properly styled, including the landing page and pricing page

Using Tailwind

There are two ways to use Tailwind:

To try out the tailwind build, you can build Pegasus for multiple CSS frameworks, then follow the instructions to change the framework to Tailwind in settings.py.

If you’re sure you want to use tailwind, you can also request access to the preview release that includes native tailwind support. This can be done by getting in touch.