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isomorphic-style-loader - CSS style loader for Webpack that is optimized for isomorphic (universal) web apps

  •    Javascript

CSS style loader for Webpack that works similarly to style-loader, but is optimized for critical path CSS rendering and also works great in the context of isomorphic apps. It provides two helper methods on to the styles object - ._insertCss() (injects CSS into the DOM) and ._getCss() (returns a CSS string).Note: Configuration is the same for both client-side and server-side bundles. For more information visit https://webpack.js.org/configuration/module/.

esformatter - ECMAScript code beautifier/formatter

  •    Javascript

ECMAScript code beautifier/formatter.This tool is still missing support for many important features. Please report any bugs you find, the code is only as good as the test cases. Feature requests are very welcome.




github-markdown-css - The minimal amount of CSS to replicate the GitHub Markdown style

  •    HTML

Import the github-markdown.css file and add a markdown-body class to the container of your rendered Markdown and set a width for it. GitHub uses 980px width and 45px padding, and 15px padding for mobile.See generate-github-markdown-css for how it's generated and ability to generate your own.

atom-editorconfig - Helps developers maintain consistent coding styles between different editors

  •    Javascript

EditorConfig helps developers maintain consistent coding styles between different editors.See the EditorConfig documentation for a detailed description of the .editorconfig file format.

jquery-labelauty - A lightweight and beautiful jQuery plugin for radio and checkbox inputs.

  •    CSS

I recommend you to use reactive and modern JavaScript frameworks, such as VueJS and React.A nice and lightweight jQuery plugin that gives beauty to checkboxes and radio buttons and allows custom labels for each status of (un)checked inputs.


react-native-extended-stylesheet - Extended StyleSheets for React Native

  •    Javascript

Drop-in replacement of React Native StyleSheet with media-queries, variables, dynamic themes, relative units, percents, math operations, scaling and other styling stuff.Global variables are passed to EStyleSheet.build() and available in all stylesheets.

grunt-contrib-cssmin - Compress CSS files.

  •    Javascript

Issues with the output should be reported on the clean-css issue tracker. Run this task with the grunt cssmin command.

grunt-contrib-sass - Compile Sass to CSS.

  •    Javascript

Run this task with the grunt sass command. Sass is a preprocessor that adds nested rules, variables, mixins and functions, selector inheritance, and more to CSS. Sass files compile into well-formatted, standard CSS to use in your site or application.

modern-normalize - Normalize browsers' default style

  •    CSS

All credit should go to normalize.css. I just removed some cruft and added some improvements. If you have questions about the source, check out the original source and this for details. The goal of this project is to make itself obsolete.

stylable - Stylable - CSS for components

  •    TypeScript

Stylable enables you to write reusable, highly-performant components. Each component exposes a style API that maps its internal parts so you can reuse components across teams without sacrificing stylability. At build time, the preprocessor converts the Stylable CSS into a minimal, flat, static, valid vanilla CSS that works cross-browser.

scut - Sass utilities for the frontend laborer.

  •    CSS

— a collection of Sass utilities to ease and improve our implementations of common style-code patterns. For a prolonged introduction to Scut, read "Introducing Scut" on CSS-Tricks.

weui - A UI library by WeChat official design team, includes the most useful widgets/modules in mobile web applications

  •    CSS

WeUI is an WeChat-like UI framework officially designed by the WeChat Design Team, tailor-made for WeChat Web development, in order to improve and standardize the experience for WeChat users. Including components such as button、cell、dialog、 progress、 toast、article、actionsheet、icon. Please feel free to use and contribute to the development.

node-sass - :rainbow: Node.js bindings to libsass

  •    C++

Node-sass is a library that provides binding for Node.js to LibSass, the C version of the popular stylesheet preprocessor, Sass. It allows you to natively compile .scss files to css at incredible speed and automatically via a connect middleware.

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.

proselint - A linter for prose.

  •    Python

Writing is notoriously hard, even for the best writers, and it's not for lack of good advice — a tremendous amount of knowledge about the craft is strewn across usage guides, dictionaries, technical manuals, essays, pamphlets, websites, and the hearts and minds of great authors and editors. But poring over Strunk & White hardly makes one a better writer — it turns you into neither Strunk nor White. And nobody has the capacity to apply all the advice from Garner’s Modern American Usage, a 975-page usage guide, to everything they write. In fact, the whole notion that one becomes a better writer by reading advice on writing rests on untenable assumptions about learning and memory. The traditional formats of knowledge about writing are thus essentially inert, waiting to be transformed. proselint places the world’s greatest writers and editors by your side, where they whisper suggestions on how to improve your prose. You’ll be guided by advice inspired by Bryan Garner, David Foster Wallace, Chuck Palahniuk, Steve Pinker, Mary Norris, Mark Twain, Elmore Leonard, George Orwell, Matthew Butterick, William Strunk, E.B. White, Philip Corbett, Ernest Gowers, and the editorial staff of the world’s finest literary magazines and newspapers, among others. Our goal is to aggregate knowledge about best practices in writing and to make that knowledge immediately accessible to all authors in the form of a linter for prose.