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grunt-autoprefixer - Parse CSS and add vendor-prefixed CSS properties using the Can I Use database

  •    Javascript

Autoprefixer parses CSS and adds vendor-prefixed CSS properties using the Can I Use database. In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named autoprefixer to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig().

myth - A CSS preprocessor that acts like a polyfill for future versions of the spec.

  •    Javascript

CSS the way it was imagined. Myth is a preprocessor that lets you write pure CSS without having to worry about slow browser support, or even slow spec approval. It's like a CSS polyfill.

autopolyfiller - Autopolyfiller — Precise polyfills

  •    Javascript

This is like Autoprefixer, but for JavaScript polyfills. It scans your code and applies only required polyfills. Live example. Assume you code is Object.keys(window). Object.keys polyfill is required to run it in any browser (include IE7). On the other hand this code can be executed on iOS 7 Safari without any polyfills. AutoPolyfiller knows about ES5 and ES6 features and their support in browsers. It can help you to write cutting-edge JavaScript without thinking about ES shims and shivs.

grunt-postcss - Apply several post-processors to your CSS using PostCSS.

  •    Javascript

Apply several post-processors to your CSS using PostCSS. An array of PostCSS compatible post-processors. You can also use a function that returns an array of PostCSS post-processors.




postcss-brunch - Adds PostCSS support to brunch

  •    Javascript

Add all plugins you want to use with PostCSS in your package.json file too. For example, here we add Autoprefixer and CSS Wring.Or, use npm install --save-dev <plugin> to get latest version in package.json.

grunt-split-styles - Grunt task to pull certain styles into their own stylesheet.

  •    Javascript

Split a CSS file based on selectors. Useful for building old IE stylesheets for example. Uses the excellent PostCSS for the actual CSS post-processing.


ember-cli-css-preprocess - Process your stylesheets using various preprocessors like Sass or PostCSS

  •    Javascript

Preprocess your stylesheets with multiple preprocessors. All the configuration for this plugin is stored in the ember-cli-build.js in the root-directory of your ember application.

group-css-media-queries - CSS postprocessing: group media queries

  •    CoffeeScript

CSS postprocessing: group media queries. Useful for postprocessing preprocessed CSS files :)