📝 From the Blog
So in this post, Chris thankfully breaks down the who, what, and why of CSS-in-JS and tries to rid it of all the dang drama:
font tag and such.)
I think a lot of this probably depends on the project and team you’re working on. If you’re on a snappy team working on lots of little websites then you probably don’t need a CSS-in-JS solution. But if you’re working on a giant app with hundreds of engineers all contributing to that codebase then you need to address the concerns of everyone working on it.
That’s where the drama comes from, I think. Front-end development solutions change depending on the problem you’re trying to solve and sometimes it can be particularly difficult to see the argument from that other side.