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Web Standards Meet User-Land: Using CSS-in-JS to Style Custom Elements

The popularity of CSS-in-JS has mostly come from the React community, and indeed many CSS-in-JS libraries are React-specific. However, Emotion, the most popular library in terms of npm downloads, is framework agnostic.

Using the shadow DOM is common when …

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Some interesting thoughts from Jeremy Keith about his concerns with Web Components:

Compare Service Workers to web components.

First of all, ask the question “who benefits from this technology?” In the case of Service Workers, it’s the end users. They

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