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PostCSS plugin to use tomorrow’s CSS syntax, today. PostCSS-cssnext is a PostCSS plugin that helps you to use the latest CSS syntax today. It transforms CSS specs into more compatible CSS so you don’t need to wait for browser support.
The default bundle of Mobi.css provides the basic styles to build clean and elegant webpages. It's only 3kb after gzipped, and it's very easy to get started. Plugin system makes CSS scalable. You can import plugins to enhance Mobi.css, or use the plugin as a standalone CSS library. It's even possible to use a plugin without Mobi.css.
A CSS property value parser for use with PostCSS, following the same node, container, and traversal patterns as PostCSS. As with PostCSS and postcss-selector-parser, this parser generates an Abstract Syntax Tree, (aka "AST") which allows for ease of traversal and granular inspection of each part of a property's value.
I started this project to learn tools like React, Redux, Webpack, babeljs.io, ES6/ES2015... I did it mainly for fun. But it will be maintained and then I used it as Boilerplate for my React|Redux projects. So don't worry it works :p. It's not perfect but it works :). An Universal ReactJS/Redux Boilerplate.
This project is just an example using React Router and React's Animations in a mobile context. So reduce your screen size. In this example I only use react-router but in my opinion we can't only use the router to navigate from one screen to the other. Because obviously the route will change and you'll lose the previous displayed screen. This is not always the wanted effect in a mobile application. Maybe we could combine the router with the pushing and popping techniques like React Native's Navigation or native mobile apps.
This theme consistently changes, since it's my playground for experimenting with new technologies and strategies in the front-end development sphere. You can see each version of my site theme by checking out the releases tab for working versions of each theme iteration.