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Ikeh Akinyemi
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Jun 15, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

Stylify vs. Master Styles: Comparing Tailwind-like CSS utility libraries

Ikeh Akinyemi Ikeh Akinyemi is a software engineer based in Rivers State, Nigeria. He’s passionate about learning pure and applied mathematics concepts, open source, and software engineering.

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3 Replies to "Stylify vs. Master Styles: Comparing Tailwind-like CSS utility libraries"

  1. Hi Ikeh,

    thank you a lot for such article!
    It’s an amazing comparison!

    One thing only. Stylify latest version is `0.0.16`. So for the unpkg is better to use the “latest” or the 0.0.16 version. To keep the versions updated.

    Thank you once again for taking the time to study Stylify! ❤️

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