browserify v2 plugin for stylus.
Usage is very simple when combined with the insert-css (or similar) module. Consider the following example, which dynamically creates a couple of div tags, and dynamically assigned styles:
var insertCss = ;var crel = ;// create some dom elements to demo our stylesvar elements = 'square' 'rect';// insert our stylus css into our app;
You can see the final statement uses a familar node
require call to
bring in a stylus stylesheet:
Add your stylify config to your application package.json add a paths array to your mixins folder etc. Paths can be specified in glob notation.
Options can be passed in the follwing form:
set : setting: valueinclude: path ...import : path ...define : key: valueuse : module ...
where each key corresponds to a stylus method described here.
var nib = require 'nib';var browserify = require 'browserify';// create a browserify bundlevar bundle = ;// register the stylify tranforms with optionsbundle;
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