Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Stop Forking with CSS3: eCSStender

I decided to build a JavaScript library that supports clean living (or at least clean CSS): eCSStender.  [...] Boiled down to its essence, eCSStender (pronounced “extender”) is a JavaScript library (akin to jQuery or Prototype) specifically built for working with CSS. On its own, eCSStender doesn’t do anything but analyze your stylesheets. When powering “extensions,” however, eCSStender allows you to use properties such as @border-radius and selectors without having to resort to forks or hacks.

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