CSS-in-JS is a type of programming approach that allows developers to write CSS code within the same JavaScript file. This approach helps to keep the styling and logic of an application together, making it easier to maintain and debug. It also helps to reduce the number of files needed for a project and makes it easier to share styles throughout the application. Additionally, it enables developers to use features such as variables, functions, and conditionals, which are not normally available in traditional CSS.
TypeScript Congress 2023TypeScript Congress 2023
12 min
Enhanced AST Static Analysis with Typescript Language Server
Most of the ecosystem tools, like bundlers or transpilers, are based on AST. And Typescript provides one of the best Developer Experiences to work with the code base.
This talk is about the experience of how beneficial it can be to use Type Hints and Typescript Language Server during the AST and static code analysis, based on the example of building a compile-time css-in-js library.
React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
29 min
Moving on From Runtime Css-In-Js at Scale
In this talk, Siddharth shares the challenges his team faced with optimising runtime css in js (styled-components) for performance. At GitHub, there are about 4000 React components that contain styles, Siddharth dives into the reasons for rethinking styling architecture, the challenges faced and lessons learned by migrating a big application.
React Finland 2021React Finland 2021
24 min
A thorough analysis of CSS-in-JS
There are two mutually exclusive methods that CSS-in-JS libraries use to generate and ship styles to the browser. Both methods have benefits and downsides, so let’s analyze them in detail from the loading performance perspective.