A recent series on CSS tricks and podcast Shop Talk Show discussed the term 'the great divide' - looking at an emerging division within front end development.
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Refactoring or clearing unused CSS can be a risky and ambitious task without the right strategy. Here are my lessons from a recent attempt..
Evolutions in CSS and JS tools could mean their work is done?
Everyones talking code splitting as a performance strategy, which is a nice option when working with modern frameworks and webpack. But what about working on a traditional bulky CSS project?
CSS in JS is the hot new way to write and organise your styles. There are some immediate benefits and pitfalls to be aware of, so should you use it and when?
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