Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video What you need to work with PostCSS, part of PostCSS: First Look.
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- In order to use PostCSS, you're going to need to have…a few things installed beforehand.…They're pretty easy installations,…so let's take a look at what you're going to need,…where you can get it, and how our template…for this project is going to work.…Now, first and foremost, you're going to need Node.js.…Now, to do that, you can go to this website…and then click on the download link on your platform.…I'm going to choose 5.1.0 Stable…because it's the current version for Mac OS.…I'm going to click on that,…and you'll download a package installer.…I'm going to go ahead and click on this,…and just run through the installation prompts.…
Now, in order to work with the files on this project,…you're going to need a copy of Git…installed on your machine.…On a PC, you may also want to install this…because it installs a copy of Git Bash,…a Unix-like command prompt that is better…for working with Node.js files.…So I'm going to click on Downloads for Mac…and wait for the download to start.…Once it downloads, you can run the package installer,…
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.