Reads directory for images using micro media query DSL and produces CSS with responsive background-image classes
Reads a directory for images with special descriptors to produce responsive CSS classes using background-image. It is particularly helpful when dealing with a large number of classes with 2 or more image versions each.
A directory with the following images...
...produces similar proceeding CSS output:
(Actual output contains several media queries per media rule to ensure cross-platform device-pixel-ratio support. They were removed here for brevity.)
Script searches for image files with the following descriptors in the filename:
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 is also part of the testing.
At the moment there is a simple test using diff between produced CSS output and expected output (file). A proper testing framework implementing this ability should be used. CLI must be further refactored to allow for proper testing.
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