Zero-runtime Stylesheets-in-TypeScript (by vanilla-extract-css)

Vanilla-extract Alternatives

Similar projects and alternatives to vanilla-extract

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a better vanilla-extract alternative or higher similarity.

vanilla-extract discussion

Log in or Post with

vanilla-extract reviews and mentions

Posts with mentions or reviews of vanilla-extract. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2024-04-22.
  • The best testing strategies for frontends
    8 projects | | 22 Apr 2024
    In our experience, the best testing strategy for modern frontends is a combination of E2E testing (using Playwright+NextJS), and unit testing. Visual regression testing is not worth the effort in our opinion, especially with the advent of better CSS tooling like TailwindCSS and Vanilla Extract.
  • Is there really anything better than Css Modules?
    2 projects | /r/Frontend | 7 Dec 2023
    For building component libraries I’ve been a big fan of vanilla extract. Apparently it’s from the same people who made css modules
  • Introducing StyleX - the styling system used by Meta
    1 project | /r/webdev | 6 Dec 2023
    This sounds exactly like Vanilla Extract.
  • 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
  • Creating a Component Library Fast🚀(using Vite's library mode)
    7 projects | | 11 Aug 2023
    The components are styled with CSS modules. When building the library, these styles will get transformed to normal CSS style sheets. This means that the consuming application will not even be required to support CSS modules. (In the future I want to extend this tutorial to use vanilla-extract instead.)
  • Tailwind CSS and the death of web craftsmanship
    8 projects | | 2 Aug 2023
    I do a lot of UI work and have never understood the appeal of Tailwind. It’s like relearning a new language. Tailwind was released in 2017. Maybe the CSS landscape wasn’t as good back then? Modern CSS is pretty awesome.

    I’ve enjoyed using Vanilla Extract It’s like css-in-js with none of the downsides as everything gets compiled to css.

  • PSA: Rust web frontend with Tailwind is easy!
    3 projects | /r/rust | 1 Jul 2023
    Nah, I used enough Tailwind to know it becomes a spaghetti mess. I stick with CSS now, and in React I use, compile time CSS in TypeScript.
  • What's the best option these days for CSS in JS?
    10 projects | /r/reactjs | 18 Jun 2023
    Vanilla Extract is my current choice for the next greenfield project. I would also recommend checking out how and why this team integrated it with Tailwind.
  • Feeling lost on grokking large libraries
    2 projects | /r/node | 13 Jun 2023
    I'm not trying to call a particular org or library out, because I think the ones I've been digging through (and prompted me to write this) are very high quality. It's vanilla-extract (a build-time CSS-in-JS library) and Braid Design System (built on vanilla-extract).
  • Coming here from svelteland... is there a way to put CSS module inside JS?
    4 projects | /r/solidjs | 3 Jun 2023
    Apart from what has been suggested, there is also
  • A note from our sponsor - InfluxDB | 18 Jun 2024
    Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality. Learn more →


Basic vanilla-extract repo stats
10 days ago

Open-Source JSON Form Builder to Create Dynamic Forms Right in Your App
With SurveyJS form UI libraries, you can build and style forms in a fully-integrated drag & drop form builder, render them in your JS app, and store form submission data in any backend, inc. PHP, ASP.NET Core, and Node.js.