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Roole - A CSS Preprocessor With Built-In Vendor Prefixing

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Roole - A CSS Preprocessor With Built-In Vendor Prefixing

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Roole is a CSS preprocessor which allows you to write code which compiles down to CSS. Roole is inspired from other preprocessor language like SASS, LESS and Stylus.

Roole however has the standout feature of having vendor prefixing built-in. This allows you to write your styling code in Roole which compiles down to proper CSS, with vendor prefixes auto-generated.

The Roole preprocessor is written in JavaScript and can be used as a Node.js module as well.

Requirements: None
Website:http:/ / roole. org/
License: MIT License

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