Placing Radium Into Maintenance Mode
4 June 2019
Over time this experimental idea turned into a valuable tool used across the community and has received 6,900+ stars with ~80 contributors, along with a community response of additional plugins, grid-frameworks, and tooling. Since Radium's initial release there has been tremendous growth in the css-in-js open-source world, with new tools like
Today we are announcing that active development will be formally discontinued on Radium, as we move the project into 'Maintenance Mode'.
What does stable maintenance mean?
Stable maintenance means we're not planning on modernizing Radium or adding any new features. Radium will still receive regular bug fixes and security updates, but the pace of updates will slow. You can read more about stable maintenance and our other maintenance levels here:
Motivations for discontinuing active development
We believe the best way we can serve the React community is to recommend more flexible alternatives, while supporting users who already depend on our project. In our daily client work we have found better solutions that offer more flexibility and are built to work with the current modern toolchain.