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Fimber Elemuwa
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Apr 3, 2024 ⋅ 5 min read

CSS Hooks and the state of CSS-in-JS

Fimber Elemuwa I'm a freelance web developer and certified SEO Content writer. I dabble a bit in poetry and I LOVE CHESS.

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3 Replies to "CSS Hooks and the state of CSS-in-JS"

  1. Thanks for sharing this! I found your information really helpful. Your explanations were easy to follow, and I appreciated how you broke down complex ideas into simple steps. Keep the posts coming! Very good talent.

    1. We recommend checking out the article above, as it touches on issues like selector name collisions, dead code, and more as a precursor to a discussion of how inline styles and CSS-in-JS solutions evolved to address those challenges. Hope you enjoy your read!

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