Emotion is a performant and flexible CSS-in-JS library. Building on many other CSS-in-JS libraries, it allows you to style apps quickly with string or object styles. It has predictable composition to avoid specificity issues with CSS. With source maps and labels, Emotion has a great developer experience and great performance with heavy caching in production.
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A utility-first CSS framework packed with classes like flex, pt-4, text-center and rotate-90 that can be composed to build any design, directly in your markup.
Allows the use of CSS Modules in projects built using Webpack. Also interprets @import and url() like import/require() and will resolve them.
PostCSS takes a CSS file and provides an API to analyze and modify its rules (by transforming them into an Abstract Syntax Tree). This API can then be used by plugins to do a lot of useful things, e.g., to find errors automatically, or to insert vendor prefixes.
Sass is a very mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language. It provides a superset of CSS with features like nesting, variables, imports and mixins.
Framework-agnostic CSS-in-JS with support for server-side rendering, browser prefixing, and minimum CSS generation.
Radium is a set of tools to manage inline styles on React elements. It gives you powerful styling capabilities without CSS.
Use TypeScript as your preprocessor. Write type‑safe, locally scoped classes, variables and themes, then generate static CSS files at build time.
Generate a static set of custom utility classes and compose them either statically at build time, or dynamically at runtime, without the usual style generation overhead of CSS-in-JS. Basically, it’s like building your own zero-runtime, type-safe version of Tailwind, Styled System, etc.