Alternatives: styled-components, emotion, radium
v4.12.0(over 3 years ago)
Tachyons is a functional CSS framework that enables rapid and consistent development of responsive user interfaces in an efficient and maintainable way. It is built around the concept of atomic design, providing a library of small, single-purpose classes that can be easily composed to build complex components.
Tachyons is a well-established and popular library with a large user base and community. It has been around for a while and has gained popularity for its utility-first approach to styling. @stitches/react, on the other hand, is a relatively newer library and may not have the same level of popularity as Tachyons.
Tachyons is designed to be performant as it promotes a small CSS footprint by reusing classes. It also encourages writing efficient, concise and optimized CSS. @stitches/react is also performance-focused, allowing you to generate optimized, minimal CSS by only including styles that are actually used in your application.
Tachyons can be easily integrated into any project by including a single CSS file or by utilizing the CDN. It is compatible with various frameworks and libraries. @stitches/react, being a CSS-in-JS library, integrates naturally with React projects and requires no additional setup for configuration. It offers seamless integration with other React tooling and has built-in support for TypeScript.