For a framework like Ember, there were no ways of splitting and lazy loading css other than using Engines, but with csz you can load css dynamically at runtime. And at the same time you should not load large css files with csz also, I was trying to load the entire tailwind.css and my browser hangs or crashes most of the time. But this will be a good thing if you want to have your styles for the current page or component loaded dynamically. Yet to work on the scalability and performance aspects of using csz...
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