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12bitfloat508864dDefinitely. SCSS all the way
AlgoRythm4689364dNot sure what your use case is but it's possible that you're not using CSS to its full potential
aj739744964dI personally use CSS but split the styling into multiple files during development (as many as I need no matter how many). Using techniques based on modern css rules such as grid and flexbox makes it easy to scale css and write less styling code.
Finally, I find an automated way to bundle them before going to production.
SCSS is quite good as well if you find that easier.
devapsarl40564dIf u lack best practice of course.
pythondev54164dI kind of agree, but it definitely depends on how well you structure your project from the start. If you use classes, etc... In a good way from the get-go it works pretty well. But if you're unorganized it will bite you in the ass later, cause it's a real pain to refactor CSS.
Raddy8664dIt could get a little messy on hudge projects. The best is probably to do component based CSS, use SCSS and BEM methodology