Remix Blocks

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Remix Blocks

Ready-to-use Remix + Tailwind CSS routes and components.


RemixBlocks is a collection of ready-to-use Remix + Tailwind CSS routes and UI components. These blocks are designed for developers who want to build their own SaaS applications. Each block is full-stack, independent of each other, and includes the necessary code for easy copy-pasting. Additionally, the blocks can have loaders, actions, meta functions, and React components using TypeScript + Tailwind CSS.


  • Ready-to-use Remix + Tailwind CSS routes and UI components
  • Full-stack routes that are independent of each other
  • Code provided for easy copy-pasting
  • Option to include loaders, actions, meta functions, and React components using TypeScript + Tailwind CSS


To use RemixBlocks, follow the steps below:

  1. Clone the repository:
git clone [repository URL]
  1. Navigate to the project folder:
cd [project folder]
  1. Install the required dependencies:
npm install
  1. Start the development server:
npm run dev
  1. Once the development server is running, you can access the RemixBlocks in your browser at http://localhost:3000.


RemixBlocks is a valuable resource for developers looking to build their own SaaS applications. With its collection of ready-to-use Remix + Tailwind CSS routes and UI components, developers can quickly prototype and build their applications. The blocks are designed to be independent, full-stack, and offer the flexibility to include loaders, actions, meta functions, and React components. By providing the necessary code and easy installation process, RemixBlocks simplifies the development process and accelerates the creation of SaaS applications.


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