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arbor

What would be really nice is if there's a site / list somewhere that is completely up to date with just prefixes. I don't really trust css3generator as it doesnt seem like it's updated too often, I could be wrong though.

arbor, almost 4 years ago

SkinnyGeek1010
posted by arbor on Wed, Dec 19 at 09:41AM

What would be really nice is if there's a site / list somewhere that is completely up to date with just prefixes. I don't really trust css3generator as it doesnt seem like it's updated too often, I could be wrong though.

It would be really cool if you could lint your current css to check against outdated prefixes....hmmm maybe that would be a good side project to learn some more node and regex =)

One thing that I do to check if I really need the prefix is to compare against 'Can I Use'. I've found that the image to gradient generator I use puts a bit more in than I want (bloat vs 100% coverage). However I only do this when I first write it. http://caniuse.com/#search=gradient

SkinnyGeek1010, almost 4 years ago


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