We’ve all excitedly installed a third-party component that beautifully fit our functional needs, only to sacrifice design, and waste hours covering our code in !important tags to get it “close enough”.
The front-end programming sphere has exploded in recent years. Between state-based components, class naming conventions, and the inline versus stylesheet wars, it’s difficult to wrap your head around your own components, let alone releasing them for reuse.
In this session, we’ll take all that information and distill it into an easy to digest discussion for those who are looking to standardize their own components, or release their first components for public use. My goal is to help the community, at large, think about CSS in their OSS components in an extensible way.