Lucas Gonze stashed this in web dev
What makes this approach better?
In the conversation on HN the package author says that the improvement is a better platform for extending and improving CSS and HTML, since JS is such a well understood beast.
For myself the attraction is that it is a cleanly factored approach to unifying CSS, JS and HTML syntax. I found it inspiring to think of this as all three at the same time.
Unifying CSS, JS, and HTML syntax sounds like magic to me.