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Taking a stand - Element Queries and saying NO to React

HTML and CSS have their shortcomings. No one argues with that. There have been many reset, normalizing, and graceful degradations libraries built to take care of this. But I love how Tommy Hodgins takes the approach of address the HTML and CSS problem head-on, instead of piling work-arounds. Sure, he's not replacing HTML and CSS, but a deep dive into element queries breaks open an painfully obvious truth of today: HTML and CSS need to change faster, and browsers need to empower them to do so.

Galen Vinter

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