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CSS Next

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CSS Next Alternatives

The best CSS Next alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Increase code readability. Add vendor prefixes to CSS rules using values from Can I Use. Autoprefixer will use the data based on current browser popularity and property support to apply prefixes for you.

    Open Source

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    Syntatically Awesome Style Sheets

    Open Source

  3. Flagsmith lets you manage feature flags and remote config across web, mobile and server side applications. Deliver true Continuous Integration. Get builds out faster. Control who has access to new features. We're Open Source.

    Try for free Open Source freemium

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    CSS processor to fix your css code and make it compatible with all browsers

    Open Source

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    Open Source

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    Unlike the mini-languages that are other pre/post-processor options, Garden leverages the full power of the Clojure programming language for CSS.

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    Less extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions. Less runs on both the server-side (with Node. js and Rhino) or client-side (modern browsers only).

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    Let's Make Work Better. Research, ideas, and practices from Google and others, to put people first.

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    :smirk: Making CSS Better. Contribute to kbrsh/sly development by creating an account on GitHub.

  10. autoprefixer - Parse CSS and add vendor prefixes to rules by Can I Use

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    Pleeease is a Node.

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    A standards inspired CSS pre-processor. Written in PHP.

  13. :rainbow: Node.js bindings to libsass. Contribute to sass/node-sass development by creating an account on GitHub.

  14. styled-components is a visual primitive for the component age that also helps the user to use the ES6 and CSS to style apps.

    Open Source

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