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There are multiple design system solutions like zeroheight, supernova, storybook and even figma has some options that allows you to document design logic and setup design tokens (variables).
However, none of them allows you to export the entire design system as a single CSS bundle. Usually these tools provides you a CSS file with tokens and that's it. As a reference, you can think about Bootstrap's bundle css file that contains all the variables (tokens) and classNames of components. I am looking for something similar. A software that allows me to manage components and their styling (classNames). Things like buttons, forms, alert messages, article card, sidebars etc... and export everything as a single CSS bundle file, kind of "Global Styling" file.
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