What is Autoprefixer?
It is a CSS post processor. It combs through compiled CSS files to add or remove vendor prefixes like -webkit and -moz after checking the code.
Autoprefixer is a tool in the CSS Pre-processors / Extensions category of a tech stack.
Who uses Autoprefixer?
6 companies reportedly use Autoprefixer in their tech stacks, including Brigade, Startaê, and Clippings.
12 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Autoprefixer.
Why developers like Autoprefixer?
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