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What do you clojure(script) developers that use Garden see about it that makes you use it instead of plain css (or scss)?


@hlolli: I moved from CSS to SCSS a couple years ago to get the CSS experience a little closer to my normal programming experience (I do front end, back end, and mediocre design for everything I build). Biggest reason I love Garden is that I can have the power and flexibility of Clojure everywhere and that I don't have to do as many mental shifts when I'm working on different aspects of sites. I've had a few times where using Garden allowed me to build things in a much more straightforward and simple way than I could have otherwise. It also simplifies my tooling by moving everything into Leiningen.