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In this article we’ll be looking to a basic overview of PostCSS from the perspective of a developer whose current CSS development process includes use of CSS preprocessor, or in particular, Sass. If you’re a Sass user, there are a couple of approaches when starting out with PostCSS. You could make a complete switch and recreate your basic preprocessing environment with PostCSS, or you could start using it as a supplement.
Many of you will say that you still only rely on your favorite preprocessor, but then, it’s possible that you’re also using Autoprefixer for vendor prefixing, and guess what? In this case, you have already included PostCSS into your workflow. Continue reading