Then I'll talk about the different plugins that you can use with PostCSS, including CSS Nano, which helps you compress your CSS files so that they're smaller. We'll also look at autoprefixer, which programmatically adds prefixes to your CSS files, making things like flexbox easier to code for modern browsers. I'll also show you how to add future CSS syntax that can work with older browsers using CSS Next. Finally, we'll take a look at the PreCSS pack, which lets you use a SAS like syntax for working with your projects.
There's a lot to learn, but that's why you're here. So let's get started with PostCSS, First Look.
In this short course, you'll learn how to set up a workflow for Gulp.jsusing PostCSS, which can speed up the way you build websites and change the way you write CSS. Author Ray Villalobos will also introduce the most useful PostCSS plugins, including cssnano, Autoprefixer, cssnext, and PreCSS.