Today, I want to share with you something about the "State of CSS" 🎨, an annual survey I've been closely following for some time. For those unfamiliar, State of CSS collects data on trends, technologies, and techniques we web developers use, focusing specifically on our beloved CSS.
Ever heard of "State of JS"? 📊 Well, "State of CSS" is its counterpart, zooming in on the world of stylesheets. I find these surveys incredibly helpful for pinpointing emerging trends within our community 🌐. They help me grasp which tools are gaining traction and which might be fading away.
In the "State of CSS" reports, I've discovered:
- CSS features my fellow developers are using or wanting to learn 📚.
- Info on preprocessing tools I adore, like Sass and LESS ❤️.
- Insights on trending CSS frameworks and libraries 🛠️.
- And about CSS writing methodologies, such as BEM and OOCSS 🔍.
- Plus, there's always a segment on opinions (sometimes controversial ones!) around trends like CSS in JS 💬.
If you're someone keen on staying updated with the best practices and most popular tools in web design and development, I'd definitely recommend giving it a look 🔥.
Catch you next time, devs! 🚀👩💻👨💻