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  1. Automatically analyze CSS on every push

    Most users of Project Wallace analyze their CSS by pushing the 'new import' manually, but did you know you can automate the import process?

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  2. Integrating Constyble into your build process

    Integrating Constyble into your build process will help you automate complexity testing for CSS. This post explains how to do that.

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  3. Privacy by default

    A recent REWORK podcast episode triggered me thinking about user privacy and this post explains how we deal with privacy.

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  4. The CSS Tricks 2019 redesign in numbers

    CSS Tricks got a fresh coat of paint and boy, does it look good! But what exactly changes in CSS statistics after such a big redesign?

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  5. Detecting color aliases

    Color aliases accidentally slip into your codebase and now you have multiple notations for the same color. Great, now what?

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  6. Sorting colors in CSS

    Sorting colors in CSS is hard. I've found a method to make it look pretty decent

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  7. Introducing Gromit

    Gromit is a tool that runs in your builds and checks if the stats do not exceed any tresholds that you have set.

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  8. New feature: empty rulesets analysis

    It is a tiny new feature, but starting now you can analyze how many empty rulesets your CSS contains.

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  9. css-analyzer is now on NPM!

    You can install css-analyzer via NPM now!

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  10. @font-face descriptors are not properties

    Sometimes there are less properties reported than you are expecting. Here is why.

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  11. Project Wallace CSS Analyzer is now on PostCSS

    We've switched to PostCSS for generating the AST for our analysis, and did some other fixes under the hood too.

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  12. The PHP CSS project that was released. And abandoned right away.

    Today marks the point where a new PHP CSS parsing/analysing library is released publicly. And abandoned immediately.

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  13. New libraries released!

    Two new libraries were released that will contribute to a better and faster API to power the Project Wallace website.

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  14. *Tap, tap.* Is this thing on?

    The project is coming to a stage where everyone can test it, but a fair warning: it is still unstable!

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