Preprocessor

June 11, 2013 Design , JavaScript no responses # , , ,

Hitch – Expressive Power To CSS With JavaScript

Hitch is a lightweight JavaScript library that adds expressive capabilities to CSS files. It has some of the powers of CSS preprocessors like prefixing or variables but also some other stuff.

The library comes with multiple ready-to-use selectors like “anyof, allof, has..” and allows us to define any new ones (called hitches).

Hitch

These hitches are simple JavaScript functions and can be written easily (once the library has more users, there will probably be many hitches around). Hitch is very well-documented, has examples and it works on all modern browsers..

Compatibility: All Modern Browsers
Website: http://hitchjs.com/
February 10, 2013 CSS , Design no responses # ,

Roole – A JavaScript-Powered CSS Preprocessor

We all experience how CSS preprocessors like SASS or LESS ease working on projects with complex styles.

Roole is another alternative that is inspired from SASS, LESS + Stylus and only requires JavaScript to work.

Roole

It has vendor-prefixing built-in so there is no need to use them, supports variables + conditional logic and allows us to define the format we want to code CSS.

Roole can work both on the client or server-side (nodejs) and it is documented well.

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