It’s been three days since we introduced Common Sense Code Completion, the HTML code completion addon to CodeMirror for speeding up your browser based editing experience. Today we’re adding CSS support using the same common sense approach as last time.
There’s a video for you to check out, demo to play with and source code to grab. And there was much rejoicing.
What does it do?
Something quick and simple that adds a lot of value is how we show you fonts:
Just like before, we used common sense when designing the CSS completion rules. You’ll find small details that will speed up the things that you regularly do. For instance, we offer different units such as px, em or % while entering the numerical value for something like width or margin, so when you simply type a value such as “20″ and hit Enter, you’re done.
Here’s a demo of me using Common Sense Code Completion while writing a demo about Common Sense Code Completion (seems like another Yo Dawg):
Want to give it a try?
And here’s where you sign up for the Quplo beta in case you’re a developer or web designer and you’re curious as to why we’re doing all this in the first place.
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