CSS-in-JS Cascading Style Sheets
#What is CSS-in-JS?
#CSS-in-JS Key Features
Most-recognizable CSS-in-JS features include:
- CSS-in-JS provides a way to write scoped styles that apply only to specific components, reducing the risk of naming collisions and improving maintainability.
- It supports dynamic styling, allowing developers to create styles that respond to user interactions, such as hover and click events.
- CSS-in-JS libraries often provide performance optimizations, such as automatic vendor prefixing and code splitting, to improve the speed and efficiency of web applications.
- It supports server-side rendering, allowing styles to be rendered on the server and sent to the client for faster initial load times and better search engine optimization (SEO).
- CSS-in-JS can be used with various front-end frameworks, such as React, Angular, and Vue.js, and is compatible with various build tools, such as Webpack and Rollup.
- CSS-in-JS has a variety of use cases, including:
Some of the CSS-in-JS use-cases are:
- Building complex and dynamic user interfaces, with support for dynamic styling and scoped styles that improve maintainability.
- Improving the performance of web applications, with automatic optimizations and server-side rendering.
- Creating reusable and composable styling components, with support for variables and mixins.