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CSS in JS: The Good & The Bad Parts
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| by Robin Frischmann Follow 0 Followers on Jan 19, 2018 |

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Summary
Robin Frischmann summarizes both the good and the bad parts as well as the opportunities & future possibilities of CSS in JavaScript.

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Bio

Robin Frischmann focuses on front-end architecture and styling and whose goal is to build the best CSS in the whole JavaScript ecosystem. When he doesn’t work at NinjaConcept, where he’s committed to the front end and GraphQL, he’s out there hiking or running or playing one of several music instruments.

We believe in functional reactive programming. It makes us very happy, that React popularized FRP among the masses. We love React. In fact, we became the first agency in the world doing React development – our first React project began just a week after its release. However, it isn’t the only interesting technology out there. Back in 2015, we wanted to see sharing and cross-pollination of ideas from wider Reactive community, not only React. And we felt, something like that was missing. To change that, we decided to start a conference, where we would invite interesting and sometimes niche speakers representing the wide spectrum of modern functional technologies.

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