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Thomas Steiner
CSS Modules would be a life changer for the custom element developer. Doing it like this feels so clumsy. This is so much better: . 👏
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Justin Fagnani 2 Aug 19
Replying to @tomayac
In the meantime, LitElement makes it significantly less clumsy 🤠
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Denis TRUFFAUT ⭐️ 2 Aug 19
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I like it !
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The 🇨🇦 Canad-Ian Nerd 🇺🇸 2 Aug 19
Replying to @tomayac @ericlaw
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Michaela Merz 2 Aug 19
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Really? *This* is an improvement over CSS?
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вкαя∂εℓℓ 2 Aug 19
Replying to @mischmerz @tomayac
This is isn't an instead of CSS, it's how your component is able to include your CSS by reference.. It is CSS.
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Dale wears a mask 3 Aug 19
Replying to @tomayac
This would streamline the process I have of converting Sass to a JS module file and importing that. I’m just waiting for this train to leave the station!!
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Yinon Oved 6 Nov 19
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this is exactly what I was wishing for lately
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James Deering 2 Aug 19
Replying to @tomayac @gregwhitworth
Instead of trying to create ways of creating something, wouldn't time be better spent actually creating something? I get it, you can code, but what tangible benefit to society content can you create?
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