Tag: Sass
Collection of Helpful CSS Tools for Web Developers

Collection of Helpful CSS Tools for Web Developers

Writing clean CSS is a laborious task when you get into newer CSS3 properties and their respective browser prefixes. Thankfully some crafty developers have built online web applications to save us all that tiny bit of frustration. Take a glance over these links and see if you can find any gems. Those who understand ...

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Myth – A CSS Preprocessor For Nodejs

Myth – A CSS Preprocessor For Nodejs

There are great and popular CSS preprocessors like SASS and LESS. Myth is an other one which allows us to write pure CSS without having to worry about browser support, or even slow spec approval. It simply functions like a CSS polyfill but we can still use variables and math functions. The tool auto-adds ...

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AbsurdJS – JavaScript-Based CSS/HTML Preprocessor

AbsurdJS – JavaScript-Based CSS/HTML Preprocessor

There are popular CSS preprocessors like Less or Sass which are written with a custom syntax (and compiled to CSS with JavaScript or scripting languages). AbsurdJS is another preprocessor which supports both HTML + CSS and written in JavaScript. It is available for Nodejs + the browser and has the advantage ...

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FireShell – Quick Front-End Boilerplate And Workflows

FireShell – Quick Front-End Boilerplate And Workflows

FireShell is an open source framework for quickly creating a front-end boilerplate and workflows. It comes with an HTML5 boilerplate (baseline HTML5 features, DNS prefetching, responsive meta) and Sass (with pre-setup files and folders). Grunt.js is used for compiling Sass, concatenating JavaScript files, ...

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Desktop Compiler For Less, Sass, Compass And CoffeeScript – Koala

Desktop Compiler For Less, Sass, Compass And CoffeeScript – Koala

Web designers/developers who write client-side code with a language that needs to be compiled, usually lose some time going back and forth with their editors and the compiling interface (usually command line). If you don't already have a setup for auto-compiling, Koala might be what you need. It is a desktop ...

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Front-end Framework With A Flat UI – Furatto

Front-end Framework With A Flat UI – Furatto

Furatto is a front-end framework, that uses Bootstrap and Foundation as a base, for developing websites quickly. The framework makes use of the popular flat UI trend and built with responsive layouts in mind. Besides the typography + grid, it has styles for all the major elements like buttons, tables or ...

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Open Source Photo Community App: Photographer.io

Open Source Photo Community App: Photographer.io

Photographer.io is a fresh "photo community" web application (that is in beta status) for presenting + sharing photos and getting feedback. The code powering this community is recently open sourced (GitHub repository) so that anyone can either contribute to the code or create their own site. It is built with ...

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A Modern, Extensible & Free IDE – KineticWing

A Modern, Extensible & Free IDE – KineticWing

KineticWing is a free IDE that is lightweight, portable and works on all major operating systems (Mac support is mentioned to be coming soon). It is not a complicated IDE but more like a smart text editor with modern features. These features include support for Sass or Less (with built-in compiler), HTML5-CSS3 ...

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