I am trying to figure out the best way to build and style my user interface. From what I can tell most projects use either elm-ui, elm-css or the style attribute in elm/html. I was wondering what the recommended way to do this is?
I don’t think there’s a single recommended way. If you’re like me and don’t care for CSS most of the time, then elm-ui is great. If you love CSS, then elm-css is great. If you like using SASS, LESS, or other similar tools, then just using the style attribute is great. There’s even a lot of support for Tailwind if that’s your jam.
Thanks. In that case, I think I’ll go with elm-ui as it seems to be an elegant solution.
I agree, there is no single recommended way. My prefered approach is atomic CSS (e.g. Tailwind).
Elm-UI is much less frustrating to use. Definitely don’t write plain CSS directly; it has no error messages which makes it difficult to make stuff work. I’d rather use Scratch in production than use CSS.
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