Pleeease is a Node.js application that easily process your CSS. It simplifies the use of preprocessors and combines them with best postprocessors. It helps create clean stylesheets, support older browsers and offers better maintenability. This means no more Compass for prefixes, no more rem mixins, and so on. Everything is getting simpler now and almost magic*.
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Pro All-in-one post processor
preprocess CSS (experimental)
adds prefixes, based on Autoprefixer
provides fallbacks for rem unit, CSS3 pseudo-elements notation
adds opacity filter for IE8
converts CSS shorthand filters to SVG equivalent
packs same media-query in one @media rule
inlines @import styles
minifies the result
generates sourcemaps from pre- to postprocessors
Pro Combines media queries into single rules
If you have repeated media queries in your stylesheet, Pleeease will pack them into a single media query when compiled.
Pro Rem fallback
Rem unites are not supported in IE8 and below, so Pleeease provides a pixel fallback.
Con Not very popular
Pleeease is not very popular. This may make finding guides, tutorials or resources outside the official ones difficult.