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Lint your CSS with stylelint

You write CSS. Probably a lot of CSS. And you make mistakes. Probably a lot of mistakes. Somebody needs to stop you from making mistakes in your CSS.

Sometimes your mistake is a real bug. Sometimes it’s just sloppy, inconsistent, or unclear coding style. Some of them may seem trivial at first (depending on your temperament), but they become patently important as the codebase grows and ages, as more people stick their hands in it and do ugly things. Things … Read article “Lint your CSS with stylelint”


Introducing Scut, a new Sass utility library

The following is a guest post by David Clark. I think David’s new Sass library “Scut” is pretty interesting. It’s like a design utility library, which is distinct from a design pattern library in that it enforces no particular structure or particular visual design. I’ve always found this kind of thing fascinating, largely because I’ve never been able to pull it off in a way that feels good to me. I always end up leaning too far into visual Read article “Introducing Scut, a new Sass utility library”