Which is better CSS-in-JS or CSS for large and scalabe project?

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  • GitHub repo css-in-js

    A thorough analysis of all the current CSS-in-JS solutions with SSR & TypeScript support for Next.js

    OP, if you wanna go down that rabbit hole, check https://github.com/andreipfeiffer/css-in-js

  • GitHub repo crisp-react

    React boilerplate written in TypeScript with a variety of Jamstack and full stack deployments. Comes with SSR and without need to learn a framework. Helps to split a monolithic React app into multiple SPAs and avoid vendor lock-in.

    The alternative approach is to use not many but several tools in a manner that utilises advantages while minimising drawbacks. You can read about it here, scroll down to the CSS bullet.

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  • GitHub repo styled-system

    ⬢ Style props for rapid UI development

    I personally recommend checking out theme-ui. I believe it was created by the same person behind styled-system which their shorthand-esque styling props are built in.

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