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Dec 18, 2023 ⋅ 5 min read

Exploring the shift from CSS-in-JS to headless UI libraries

Elijah Asaolu I am a programmer, I have a life.

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One Reply to "Exploring the shift from CSS-in-JS to headless UI libraries"

  1. My biggest concern with tailwind is the long class names list all put in random order, which is awful to read and It’s extremely difficult if you don’t stick to their presets. Mark up becomes so messy.

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