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SUIT CSS – CSS For Building Self-Contained, Composable, Configurable UI Components

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SUIT CSS – CSS For Building Self-Contained, Composable, Configurable UI Components

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SUIT CSS is a framework for building self-contained, composable and configurable UI components for the web. SUIT CSS has a philosophy  opposed to the creation of a monolithic library or toolkit.

SUIT aims to loosely couple document semantics, presentation, and behavior so as to be able to modify any one of them with minimal impact on the others.

Features

  • Modular and simple - The naming convention helps to scope your component’s CSS and limit the specificity of your selectors.
  • Easy theming -Define default values for themeable properties. Change their compiled value by redefining them in a theme pack.
  • Supporting Node.js tool chain -Package management with Component(1) or npm, preprocessing with Rework, vendor prefixes with Autoprefixer, conformance testing with suit-conformance and html-inspector.

Browser support

  • Google Chrome (latest)
  • Opera (latest)
  • Firefox 4+
  • Safari 5+
  • Internet Explorer 8+

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