I worked mostly on implement a better version of Styles for Spec 2.
We do not have a good way to apply styles to our applications and this is the main reason why so much hardcode can be found when developing a morphic component.
Problem with this is that later this does not scales... you cannot change sizes and properties in a reliable way.
So, we decided to copy the "style" approach of html: our components can be styled and themed (up to a point) using a description you can add in your application component.
This is still WIP, but style will look more or less like this:
Yes, this is STON and not CSS.
No, we will not use CSS.
Why? Because CSS is much more than what we need, and we do not want to add yet-another-parser just to use a small part of something when we already have a good parser (STON) which can give us direct object we can interact with.