Rails 6 with Webpacker 6, Tailwind 2 with JIT, Postcss 8, and some default setup

It is always nice to follow a detailed guide and steps when building new rails apps. Below is a bit of guidance and step-by-step instructions.

Create a new project;

rails new project_name -d postgresql

Initial gem setup

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Software geek with strong passion of UX/UI, self taught water painting. Founder https://rubyonrails.link & contributor http://greenruby.org

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