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How to Add CSS Vendor Prefixes Automatically

Autoprefixer makes the life of frontend developers much easier

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Something that I hated to do when I used to write CSS code was adding CSS vendors prefix. Come on guys everyone gets bored to write the same CSS rules for different browsers.

So let’s start from the begging!

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Luca Spezzano

Luca Spezzano

Frontend developer focused on CSS architecture of scalable and maintainable large scale projects and the development of amazing user interfaces.

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