Cool resources for CSS

I'm currently doing stuff with CSS these days at work and I thought of documenting my research here a bit.

I was using {less} CSS for a while now; but slowly ran into limitations. Mainly because it doesn't distinguish between CSS classes and mixins. I'm now using SCSS and it's really powerful.

The next thing I wanna share is: css3please.com. Pretty cool - created by Paul Irish.

Next we have Bourbon. It's a library of SCSS mixins. It's based on Ruby, so it installs as a gem. For all you {less} fans, check out lesselements.com.

Another cool one is Prefixr - it helps you easily add all those vendor-specific CSS prefixes.

If you're into CSS grids, then this lightweight grid will definitely appeal to you: 1kbgrid.com. For more power, look at Twitter Bootstrap's grid.

Well, that's about it for now. I'll add more stuff as I find out.

Thanks for reading and hope this helps!


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