Modular CSS is a collection of principles for writing code that is performant and maintainable at scale. It originated with developers at Yahoo and Yandex as a way to address the challenges of maintaining a large codebase. Some of the guidelines were controversial when introduced, but have since come to be recognized as best practices.
Table of Contents:
- CSS at Scale is Difficult
- What is Modularity?
- Modular Frameworks
- Shared Modular Principles
- In Conclusion, Modular CSS is Dope
(Pssst: If you feel overwhelmed by the length of this post, you might prefer to watch a video of the presentation it was based on.)
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