background-imager takes image files with micro media queries and produces responsive CSS classes. It is particularly helpful when dealing with a large number of CSS classes with 2 or more image versions each.
background-imager test/ which has the following images:
...will produce the following CSS output:
background-imager.js assumes ImageMagick is installed.
On Mac OS X via brew
brew install imagemagick
test/noodle.html, which uses
test/noodle.css that was generated from running script against
images/. This CSS file is also used in testing.
Numerous BDD-style tests using Mocha, though coverage is just short of 100%.
x descriptor feature should correspond to the
max-device-pixel-ratio media query feature there is difficulty in producing multiple at-rules that work as expected. As a result all queries use
min-device-pixel-ratio, though the codebase makes this change trivial in the case that a viable
max-device-pixel-ratio solution is found.
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