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re: You do not need to use the classnames package VIEW POST

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I had written a very similar blogpost about 2 years ago. Eventually after using template literals in major projects, (some of them currently in production on zomato), I found a number of pitfalls and redundancies with this approach. This led me to developing a safer and easier-to-use template literals based classNames alternative called classd. Recently I wrote a blogpost on opensourcing classd describing the usecases. classd also provides a classNames like function (classdFn) which is intended to be a drop-in replacement for classNames. It supports more types than POJOs (like maps, sets and iterables) and in majority of cases it's more performant than classNames. Do give it a try if you are interested in using template literals for composing classes.

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