Kasra Khosravi
Dec 28, 2020 ⋅ 5 min read

Goober: A lightweight CSS-in-JS solution

Kasra Khosravi Founder at FeedbackOnSite.co.

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3 Replies to "Goober: A lightweight CSS-in-JS solution"

  1. I think the main issue with CSS-in-JS solutions so far isn’t the bundle size, but rather…. That they’re CSS in JS. In a few years we’ll look back at this trend and shudder!

  2. Awesome article, thanks! Just an FYI, the benchmarks for Goober have been updated. It is now performing ~2x ops/sec than emotion.

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