By Artur Siery

Recently I have stumbled across a lot of blog posts describing changes in styling approaches. Clearly, we’re entering a new era of styling in JS, that simply can be called CSS in JS. But what all of those posts miss, in my opinion, is a deep comparison of the features provided by those solutions and how they perform in real-world project. Code examples always look fresh and reusable and sexy, but what happens when we pick such solution and use it in a live application? Are there any drawbacks that turn beautiful ideas into coding hell? …

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