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Nathan Sebhastian
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Jul 14, 2020 ⋅ 3 min read

Compiled: A CSS-in-JS library without the runtime cost

Nathan Sebhastian A senior software developer with experience in building fullstack JavaScript app with React and Express. You can find me online at sebhastian.com.

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3 Replies to "Compiled: A CSS-in-JS library without the runtime cost"

  1. We are also extracting CSS-in-JS using CCSS with its Babel plugin. We are even able to extract some dynamic stuff also. It converts almost all our styled-components (uses under the hood) to static HTML tags. We saved 1200ms on our initial render time.

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