Context: frontend-dev-bookmarks / Workflow
Tools for analysis, pre and post processing of CSS files.
- CSS Pack: Packs CSS dependency graphs produced from dgraph or module-deps into a single CSS bundle, assuming every node in the graph contains CSS source and the graph itself is sorted with deps-sort
- CSS Stringify: CSS stringifier using the AST from 'css.parse'
- CSSCSS: A CSS redundancy analyzer that analyzes redundancy.
- Clean CSS: Clean-css is a fast and efficient Node.js library for minifying CSS files.
- Helium CSS: Helium is a tool for discovering unused CSS across many pages on a web site.
- PostCSS: PostCSS parses CSS into an abstract syntax tree (AST), passes it through a series of plugins, and then concatenates back into a string.
- An Introduction to PostCSS: This article describes what PostCSS is and how to get started.
- ES CSS Modules: PostCSS plugin that combines CSS Modules and ES Imports.
- Improving the Quality of Your CSS with PostCSS: In this article, we will explore how we can utilise PostCSS to help us maintain a higher quality in our CSS code.
- React Starter Kit: Isomorphic web app boilerplate including Node.js, Express, GraphQL, React.js, Babel 6, PostCSS, Webpack, Browsersync.
- Working with Images in Stylesheets: Aleks Hudochenkov does a great job of showcasing what PostCSS is good at and the role it has grown into in the front end stack.
- Stylelint: Stylelint's ambitious goal is to supplement our discipline with automatic enforcement — to provide a core set of rules and a pluggable framework that CSS authors can use to enforce their own strategies.
- Lint your CSS with Stylelint: David Clark writes about reasons for using a CSS linter and advantages of Stylelint.
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