xCSS 0 votes

OO CSS Framework

xCSS bases on CSS and empowers a straightforward and object-oriented workflow when developing complex style cascades. Using xCSS means a dramatic cut down to your development time by: having a intuitive overview of the overall CSS structure, using variables, re-using existing style cascades and many other handy features. But, most frameworks are bulky and inflexible, aren't they? Not xCSS! It's lightweight and seamlessly integrates into any existing workflow. Aside from that the CSS overhead is getting reduced while your (X)HTML attributes remain semantic.

CleverCSS 0 votes

the pythonic way of webdesign

CleverCSS is a small markup language for CSS inspired by Python that can be used to build a style sheet in a clean and structured way. In many ways it's cleaner and more powerful than CSS2 is.

The most obvious difference to CSS is the syntax: it is indentation based and not flat. While this is obviously against the Python Zen, it's nonetheless a good idea for structural styles.

SimpLESS 0 votes

Your LESS CSS Compiler

LESS ( http://lesscss.org/ ) is a great tool to write CSS much faster. But however - in the way its meant to be (running either on node.js or being interpreted by JavaScript in the browser) its just not usable for most web projects. For the mac there is this great tool called LESS.app ( http://incident57.com/less/ ) but for linux and windows one has to struggle with command line scripts and worse things to compile his LESS files to plain CSS. Who wants to setup a node.js server for this job?!

Me not ;)

So I decided to create a little compiler for LESS that runs on every platform. It utilizes the appcelerator titanium platform ( http://appcelerator.com/ ) to achieve this task.