Autoprefixer for Style Objects
inline-style-prefixer adds required vendor prefixes to your style object. It only adds prefixes if they're actually required by evaluating the browser's
userAgent against data from caniuse.com.
Alternatively it ships a static version that adds all available vendor prefixes.
yarn add inline-style-prefixer
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It supports all major browsers with the following versions. For other, unsupported browses, we automatically use a fallback.
- Chrome: 46+
- Android (Chrome): 46+
- Android (Stock Browser): 4+
- Android (UC): 9+
- Firefox: 40+
- Safari: 8+
- iOS (Safari): 8+
- Opera: 16+
- Opera (Mini): 12+
- IE: 11+
- IE (Mobile): 11+
- Edge: 12+
It will only add prefixes if a property still needs them in one of the above mentioned versions.
border-radius will not be prefixed at all.
Need to support legacy browser versions?
Don't worry - we got you covered. Check this guide.
Dynamic vs. Static
Before using the prefixer, you have to decide which one you want to use. We ship two different versions - a dynamic and a static version.
The dynamic prefixer evaluates the
userAgent to identify the browser environment. Using this technique, we are able to only add the bare minimum of prefixes. Browser detection is quite accurate (~90% correctness), but yet also expensive which is why the package is almost 3 times as big as the static version.
It uses the static prefixer as a fallback.
const style =transition: '200ms all linear'userSelect: 'none'boxSizing: 'border-box'display: 'flex'color: 'blue'const prefixer =const prefixedStyle = prefixerprefixstyle// prefixedStyle === outputconst output =transition: '200ms all linear'WebkitUserSelect: 'none'boxSizing: 'border-box'display: '-webkit-flex'color: 'blue'
The static prefixer, on the other hand, adds all required prefixes according the above mentioned browser versions. Removing the browser detection makes it both smaller and fast, but also drastically increases the output.
const style =transition: '200ms all linear'boxSizing: 'border-box'display: 'flex'color: 'blue'const prefixedStyle =// prefixedStyle === outputconst output =WebkitTransition: '200ms all linear'transition: '200ms all linear'MozBoxSizing: 'border-box'boxSizing: 'border-box'display: '-webkit-box' '-moz-box' '-ms-flexbox' '-webkit-flex' 'flex'color: 'blue'
Usage with TypeScript
npm install --save @types/inline-style-prefixer
Then import in your code:
If you got any issue using this prefixer, please first check the FAQ's. Most cases are already covered and provide a solid solution.
Here are some popular users of this library:
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