Emotion has become very popular, but what about UI component libraries?
Emotion and Emotion Core now have over 4M weekly downloads. However, as a consumer of Emotion, I find myself limited in the ability to use external UI libraries. I'd love to see a UI component library which I can customize and style with Emotion, just as I do with my own…
Using @emotion/css directly, garbage collection of unused classes?
I'm trying to use @emotion/css directly in a Svelte application, but I was wondering how Emotion knows it should remove a style again when it's not used anymore. Currently if you calculate a class / style based on a svelte prop that changes very often, you end up which a huge…
Why is emotion core recommended for React instead of emotion styled?
The documentation states: To me it seems natural to separate the styled components in a different file and then import them to use in their component, however this does not seem to make sense using only emotion/core since the components are styled directly. So I wonder what are…
v11: @emotion/css vs @emotion/react, in Gatsby
I've been playing around with v11, planning a utility/atomic style framework implementation, and finding I prefer the ergonomics of @emotion/css and className (Vanilla), to @emotion/react and the css prop. Are there disadvantages or hurdles I have to overcome re SSR etc if I…
Was playing around with the new version (10) of emotionjs last night. I've gotta say it's quite disappointing, css can no longer be used as is, plus with the jsx pragma and css prop you must use. It all just feels bad 😑. From what I can tell this is an effort to make the CSS…