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What is Emotion? The Next Generation of CSS in JS. Emotion is a performant and flexible CSS-in-JS library. Building on many other CSS-in-JS libraries, it allows you to style apps quickly with string or object styles. It has predictable composition to avoid specificity issues with CSS. With source maps and labels, Emotion has a great developer experience and great performance with heavy caching in production.

What is Vuesax? Front-end Vue.js components framework. Vuesax is a framework of components based on vue js, it is a framework that is designed from scratch to be incrementally adoptable The framework is focused on facilitating the development of applications, improving the design of the same without removing the necessary functionality. we want all the components to be independent in colors, shapes and design for a freedom that we like all front-end but without losing the speed of creation and production..

Emotion and Vuesax can be primarily classified as "JavaScript Framework Components" tools.

Emotion is an open source tool with 8.39K GitHub stars and 524 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Emotion's open source repository on GitHub.

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What is Emotion?

Emotion is a performant and flexible CSS-in-JS library. Building on many other CSS-in-JS libraries, it allows you to style apps quickly with string or object styles. It has predictable composition to avoid specificity issues with CSS. With source maps and labels, Emotion has a great developer experience and great performance with heavy caching in production.

What is Vuesax?

Vuesax is a framework of components based on vue js, it is a framework that is designed from scratch to be incrementally adoptable. The framework is focused on facilitating the development of applications, improving the design of the same without removing the necessary functionality. we want all the components to be independent in colors, shapes and design for a freedom that we like all front-end but without losing the speed of creation and production.
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              Decisions about Emotion and Vuesax
              Russel Werner
              Russel Werner
              Lead Engineer at StackShare | 11 upvotes 101.5K views
              atStackShareStackShare
              Emotion
              Emotion
              JavaScript
              JavaScript
              Glamorous
              Glamorous
              React
              React
              HAML
              HAML
              Sass
              Sass
              #Inlinecss

              When we rebooted our front-end stack earlier this year, we wanted to have a consolidated and friendly developer experience. Up to that point we were using Sass and BEM. There was a mix of HAML views, React components and Angular. Since our ongoing development was going to be exclusively in React, we wanted to shift to an inline styling library so the "wall of classnames" could be eliminated. The ever-shifting landscape of inline CSS libraries for React is sometimes difficult to navigate.

              We decided to go with Glamorous for a few reasons:

              1) Previous team experience with this library 2) We can write our styles in plain JavaScript (which brings many benefits) 3) It supports server-side rendering 4) It has great composition patterns

              As you may or may not know, Glamorous has ceased active development and been mostly superseded by Emotion. We are planning to migrate to either Emotion or @styled-components in the near future, and I'll write another Stack Decision when we get there!

              #inlinecss

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              Johnny Bell
              Johnny Bell
              Senior Software Engineer at StackShare | 13 upvotes 229.4K views
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              styled-components
              styled-components
              Emotion
              Emotion
              Glamorous
              Glamorous
              Showdown
              Showdown
              Ruby
              Ruby
              GraphQL
              GraphQL
              React
              React
              Markdown
              Markdown
              #StackDecisionsLaunch
              #CssInJs
              #Frontend

              For Stack Decisions I needed to add Markdown in the decision composer to give our users access to some general styling when writing their decisions. We used React & GraphQL on the #Frontend and Ruby & GraphQL on the backend.

              Instead of using Showdown or another tool, We decided to parse the Markdown on the backend so we had more control over what we wanted to render in Markdown because we didn't want to enable all Markdown options, we also wanted to limit any malicious code or images to be embedded into the decisions and Markdown was a fairly large to import into our component so it was going to add a lot of kilobytes that we didn't need.

              We also needed to style how the markdown looked, we are currently using Glamorous so I used that but we are planning to update this to Emotion at some stage as it has a fairly easy upgrade path rather than switching over to styled-components or one of the other cssInJs alternatives.

              Also we used React-Mentions for tagging tools and topics in the decisions. Typing @ will let you tag a tool, and typing # will allow you to tag a topic.

              The Markdown options that we chose to support are tags: a, code, u, b, em, pre, ul, ol, li.

              If there are anymore tags you'd love to see added in the composer leave me a comment below and we will look into adding them.

              #StackDecisionsLaunch

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              Robert Zuber
              Robert Zuber
              CTO at CircleCI | 15 upvotes 269.9K views
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              Cypress
              Cypress
              Percy
              Percy
              Jest
              Jest
              Apollo
              Apollo
              GraphQL
              GraphQL
              Emotion
              Emotion
              TypeScript
              TypeScript
              Storybook
              Storybook
              React
              React
              Next.js
              Next.js

              We are in the process of adopting Next.js as our React framework and using Storybook to help build our React components in isolation. This new part of our frontend is written in TypeScript, and we use Emotion for CSS/styling. For delivering data, we use GraphQL and Apollo. Jest, Percy, and Cypress are used for testing.

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