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Mastering PostCSS for Web Design by Alex Libby

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Exploring our processor

As part of creating the demos we've worked through in this book, we concentrated on ensuring plugins are installed, and that we have the right files in the right place. There is something missing though, and that is—what actually happens in the files? Why do we have tasks in a particular order? What is the reasoning behind choosing some of the plugins that we've used…and so on—you get the idea!

Over the next few pages, we're going to try to answer some of these questions (and more), by exploring the processor that we've used in some of the recent examples; you will see that there isn't a one-answer-fits-all approach, but more a case of working through your requirements, and picking plugins to suit your needs.

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