This is a little book that encapsulates my current thinking for how best to write and maintain CSS codebases for rapidly changing, long-lived web projects.
- There is no framework to download.
- There are no requisite tools (although there are opinionated guidelines for what tooling should provide).
- Nothing is written for you.
Put metaphorically, 'Enduring CSS' is not giving you fish; it's teaching you how to fish.
It's a methodology for writing CSS that once implemented, will provide your project with a predictable, and easy to maintain CSS codebase.
The earliest iterations of Enduring CSS were first documented in the blog post, Enduring CSS: writing style sheets for rapidly changing, long-lived projects.
However, the ECSS approach has developed a little since then and so this book should be considered the canonical resource on the approach.
I hope you enjoy reading it.
Ben Frain 26th October, 2015