Awesome write up. Really useful to see a real world example of Tachyons usage. Thank you! I think it makes it clearer than some of the conceptual write ups I’ve see as it’s easier to see how it works in the real world.
Also wondered if you’ve heard of the very interesting project the author of this post is working on: Tailwind CSS? https://adamwathan.me/css-utility-classes-and-separation-of-concerns/
It seems to build upon all the benefits of functional CSS frameworks like Tachyons, and then tackles some (most?) of the concerns folks have with it. In particular it means you don’t need to build class combos, which is very handy if you are not using a templating language in your build.