In this episode, we’re joined by GatsbyJS software engineer Dustin Schau to introduce our listeners to the concept of CSS-in-JS. Using this technique with React applications, you’re able to compartmentalize your styles to your individual components, ensuring you never have specificity or leakage issues with your design.
Dustin has also produced a course on CSS-in-JS at Manning Publications that is a great starting point if you’re interested in learning more about how you can incorporate styled-components into your next React project.
Do you want to check out Dustin’s CSS-in-JS course at Manning Publications? Be sure to use coupon code poddrunkux19 for a 40% discount on your next course!
Launch of .dev Domains
- Google’s .dev domain officially opens for business through any registrar
- Google’s lander for .dev domains
- Use a .dev domain? Not anymore.
- All You Need To Know About CSS-in-JS
- CSS-in-JS Playground
- What are CSS Modules and why do we need them?
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