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The Problem with CSS

The problem with CSS conventions is that they rely on developers to manually maintain them with a high degree of accuracy to be effective. This problem is compounded as styles grow. Each developer needs to know more context in order to effectively style UI. That’s why “You should just write good CSS” is an insufficient response to “How do we keep styles maintainable?” Even developers who write great CSS are challenged with an ever-growing problem.

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