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  • How we improved page load speed for Next.js ecommerce website by 1.5 times
    3 projects | | 7 Nov 2023
    The code duplication occurred due to disabling the default code splitting algorithm in Next.js. Previous developers used this approach to make Linaria work, which is designed to improve productivity. However, disabling code splitting led to a decrease in performance.
  • An Overview of 25+ UI Component Libraries in 2023
    40 projects | | 10 Sep 2023
    KumaUI : Another relatively new contender, Kuma uses zero runtime CSS-in-JS to create headless UI components which allows a lot of flexibility. It was heavily inspired by other zero runtime CSS-in-JS solutions such as PandaCSS, Vanilla Extract, and Linaria, as well as by Styled System, ChakraUI, and Native Base. ### Vue
  • Why Tailwind CSS Won
    2 projects | | 16 Aug 2023
    I like Linaria [0] because your IDE typechecks your styles and gives you autocomplete/intellisense when typing styles. With Tailwind you have to look everything up in docs because it's all strings, not importable constants. Leads to a lot of bugs from typos that aren't a thing with type checked styles.


  • I've decided to go back to using the Pages Router for now (long post)
    2 projects | /r/nextjs | 29 Jun 2023
    And if you're wondering why I'm not using something like Linaria or some other runtime-less CSS-in-JS tool, it's simply because I don't want to have to spend my time setting things up and working around stuff and all that jazz. I just want something that works, and I've already got a personal scaffold for getting SC to work out of the box with Next, so, right now, it's either that or sticking to CSS/SCSS/SASS. For me, that is. I know it's such a small thing, but, honestly, one less headache for me is 2 steps forward.
  • What's the best option these days for CSS in JS?
    10 projects | /r/reactjs | 18 Jun 2023 and
    10 projects | /r/reactjs | 18 Jun 2023
  • Why is tailwind so hyped?
    7 projects | /r/webdev | 13 Jan 2023
    tags inside SFCs are typically injected as native </code> tags during development to support hot updates. <strong>For production they can be extracted and merged into a single CSS file.</strong></p> </blockquote> <p>There are also 3rd party CSS libs that do the same thing such as <a href="">linaria</a>, <a href="">vanilla-extract</a>, and <a href="">compiled CSS</a>. Which can be used in the event you're stuck with something that doesn't have baked in support via SFC formats (looking at you React).</p> <p>These are my preferred ways of handing it.</p> <ol> <li>Tailwind</li> </ol> <p>Option 2 is tailwind, which works backwards.</p> <p>That is, instead of the above with extraction where you write the styles, and the framework or libs extract them and replace them with class names, it's the other way around.</p> <p>You're writing class names first (which are essentially aggregated CSS property-values) which then generate and/or reference styles.</p> <p>It has the advantage of being easy to write (assuming you've got editor LSP, linting, etc), but as you've discovered, it's difficult to read / can get really messy really fast.</p> <p>As far as all the other claims on the Tailwind site, it's all marketing, at least 80% bullshit.</p> </div>
  • Individual css for every component?
    3 projects | /r/webdev | 14 Dec 2022
  • Fixing Class Composition in Tailwind CSS
    10 projects | | 14 Dec 2022
    After exploring all the above alternatives (and more), I’ve decided to implement my own, custom solution. For that, I’ve turned to Linaria - a true zero-runtime CSS-in-JS library.
  • Hey friendos, need some help choosing a "framework" with some specific requirements in mind
    5 projects | /r/webdev | 8 Dec 2022
    Your choice of CSS lib. Bootstrap can still be a valid choice, tho you may want to check the docs of whatever SSR / SSG framework you end up using as they may have better (or worse support). For example if you wanted to do CSS-in-JS (Next) i'd consider Linaria, vanilla-extract, or compiled.
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