Learning or getting started with Atom CSS

CSS is painful

CSS is a critical piece of the frontend toolkit, but it’s hard to manage, especially in large projects. Styles are written in a global scope, which is narrowed through complex selectors. Specificity issues, redundancy, bloat, and maintenance can become a nightmare. And modular, component-based projects only add to the complexity. Atomic CSS enables you to style directly in your components, avoiding the headache of managing stylesheets.

Style with class

Most approaches to styling inside components rely on inline styles, which are limiting. Atomic CSS, like inline styles, offers single-purpose units of style, but applied via classes. This allows for the use of handy things such as media queries, contextual styling and pseudo-classes. The lower specificity of classes also allows for easier overrides. And the short, predictable classnames are highly reusable and compress well.

Meet Atomizer

Atomizer is a tool for creating Atomic CSS. Generate an Atomic stylesheet dynamically from the Atomic classes you’re actually using in your project (no unused styles!), or predeclare styles in configuration – it’s up to you. Atomizer is not opinionated, brings no CSS of its own, and integrates nicely with your favorite task runner.




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