I have absolutely no idea what have I just read but can't wait for Jess.
How awesome is that? :)
Thanks for the feedback, this has to be the best comment I have ever read!
I find it hard to express myself and yet I have captured yours and others interest which is absolutely fascinating, perhaps I am not barking up the wrong tree.
I will try to write a cleaner step by step edit - or even a new post that is more like a tutorial, documenting the principles in practice, reading code is easier to digest sometimes. What I really want to see is what other people have made with this approach and what problems or positives they have found, how did they improve it, this will us to write a next-gen tooling for everyone. I think a tutorial will help alot.
Pictures speak a thousand words, so here is the next in the series preview.
This perfectly illustrates what I have talked about, this is 100% pure styling logic where its meant to be, in a stylesheet.
Whats amazing is that this is achievable with existing tools today, this is thanks in part to css variables. Its about to get a lot more powerful, css mixins are coming! Google "@apply css rule".
Wow, this looks AWESOME! Thanks for the info! Also, yes, sometimes it's better to see the code, because this comment explained more than the whole series to me.
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