CSS 代码是很难管理，尤其是在大型项目。 样式都写在一个全局作用域里，通过复杂的选择器来指向特定的页面元素。冗余、膨胀和维护可以成为前端开发人员的一场噩梦。幸运的是我们有一些 CSS 工具来帮助开发者克服这种情况。这里集合了15款个优秀的 CSS 解决方案和工具，分享给大家。
Hugo is a static HTML and CSS website generator written in Go. It is optimized for speed, easy use and configurability. Hugo takes a directory with content and templates and renders them into a full HTML website. Hugo relies on Markdown files with front matter for meta data. And you can run Hugo from any directory. This works well for shared hosts and other systems where you don’t have a privileged account.
3. Atomizer Web
Atomizer is a tool for creating Atomic CSS. Generate an Atomic stylesheet dynamically from the Atomic classes you’re actually using in your project (no unused styles!), or predeclare styles in configuration – it’s up to you. Atomizer is not opinionated, brings no CSS of its own, and integrates nicely with your favourite task runner.
Repaintless.css in a lightweight animation library that consists only of animations that don’t cause reflows and repaints of a website when used correctly. The idea for a library came after seeing the talk by Paul Lewis on animations and FLIP technique. Basic idea is to remove transition from element, not to apply it while animating. It saves user a tiny lag before animation starts and feels super smooth. To understand the concept better you can read a blog post on that or at least this quote from the post:
Stellar is a LESS library that helps you scaffold your web apps. It’s simple to use and supported on most modern browsers.
The featherweight responsive CSS Framework based on a 24-point system, rather than the traditional 12-point system that other frameworks use. Sometimes, 12 is just too few, especially on a high resolution screen, such as 4K – at 4K String Bean comes into its own! This gives the developer the power to divide the screen up in more finite segments providing you with greater control over the widths of content on your site, especially at higher resolutions (think HD & UHD (2K, 3K, 4K, and above).
Min is a super tiny CSS framework, coming in at only 995 bytes. It has exceptional browser support and semantic markup. Min is extremely lightweight and doesn’t prescribe a certain design for you, like Bootstrap. It’s easy to override the default rules since there are so few of them and they are at low specificity levels. This customizability helps you avoid the Yet Another Bootstrap Site phenomenon.