In this chapter, we covered various aspects of creating and using maintainable CSS in our work. First, we got BEM markup for our HTML and CSS and then we looked at how SCSS can work with BEM and how to separate its folders and files to enable better CSS codebase management at a larger scale. We also reviewed additional good practices to help us write maintainable CSS. You should now have an idea of what maintainable CSS code looks like and how you can write your CSS to follow the same standards.
In the next chapter of this book, we will learn about web components and how APIs, when combined, can create powerful features on a web page.