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Styleable

The Wix dev team throws their hat into the CSS preprocessor ring:

Stylable is a CSS preprocessor that enables you to write reusable, highly-performant, styled components. Each component exposes a style API that maps its internal parts so you can reuse components across teams without sacrificing stylability.

  • Scopes styles to components so they don’t “leak” and clash with other styles.
  • Enables custom pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements that abstract the internal structure of a component. These can then be styled externally.
  • Uses
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The Options for Programmatically Documenting CSS

I strongly believe that the documentation should be kept as close to the code as possible. Based on my experience, that's the only option that works well in the long term. External documents, notes, and wikis all eventually get outdated, forgotten, and lost.

Documentation is a topic that always bugs me. Working on poorly documented codebase is a ticking bomb. It makes the onboarding process a tedious experience. Another way to think of bad documentation is that it helps foster … Read article

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Introducing iframify

Hugo Giraudel writes up why he created iframify, a script which grabs a DOM node and wraps it in an <iframe>. It’s a nifty tool for displaying components in a style guide at a certain width and effectively faking element queries.

An iframe being an inner document, media queries fire based on the width of the iframe rather than on the actual screen size. Which is what we want. Yay!

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