Answers to common questions from the community.
Stitches works on all modern browsers. Edge (Chromium), Chrome, Safari, Firefox - last 2 versions, at least.
The experience of complex, recursive nesting styles will only be visible to browsers whose CSS engines support
No. You can use
@stitches/core with Vue, Svelte, Angular, etc. It's framework agnostic. The main difference between this and the React wrapper is that it returns class name functions, instead of components.
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This website is built using Stitches, more precisely, using components from a design system built using Stitches.