Working on my personal site has helped keep me sane in quarantine. This includes a long-overdue style update for my site's code snippets to make them sleeker and clearer.
Refactoring code is a tricky business. This is a small example of how fixing old CSS code creates even more problems to solve.
A SubAtomic Frontend Architecture balances Atomic CSS and BEM class naming to build a fast, flexible framework.
Despite confidence in my 'Maintainble CSS' talk, a lack of focus made it go long. Here's how I don't plan to repeat those mistakes.
It's easy to see why pattern libraries are useful, but tough to successfully maintain them over time.