RECESS – A CSS cleaning tool build on top of LESS →

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Developed at Twitter to support our internal styleguide, RECESS is a simple, attractive code quality tool for CSS built on top of LESS.

Incorporate it into your development process as a linter, or integrate it directly into your build system as a compiler, RECESS will keep your source looking clean and super managable.

As I think reading the source is essential for developers to become good at what they do viewing this source in readable style is essential too. RECESS is a tool which helps you developing good-looking CSS with LESS. It is developed at Twitter and has now been open-sourced.

RECESS is a Node.js module and is maintained by @fat. You can find out more about it by viewing the source at GitHub.

BTW: I’ve decided to not minimize and concatenate my blog’s source anymore. So, feel free to dig deep!


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