New in 1.0-M3

This release fixed bugs in the Gradle plugin and added support for groovy scripts "without the base".

The "without the base" feature should allow you to define a groocss file that starts with org.groocss.GrooCSS.process { and ends with } and if GrooCSS is defined as a dependency to your project you should now have IDE code completion (in IntelliJ IDEA for example).

New in 1.0-M2

The ability to provide custom Processors and validators as well as the inclusion of a DefaultValidator and optional validator.

The ability to use 10.percent or 10 %_ to create percent measurements.

New in 1.0-M1

Used extension modules to extend String, Integer, and Number classes to enhance code completion and add new features.

This allows for the following syntax for example:

'div p.test a'.$ { /*DSL*/ } or 'div p.test a'.sg { /*DSL*/ } and 'aabbcc'.color //becomes a org.groocss.Color

New in 0.12

Gradle GroocssTask now extends Copy task and supports -t option (requires Gradle 4)

Support for transitions using closures. Ex: transition {flex '2s'} {borderColor '1s' ease '0'}

Improvements to the CSS Translator

New in 0.11

The ability to import other groocss files is supported by importFile, importStream, and importString methods which take a parameter map and input. For example:

importFile otherCss.absoluteFile, linkColor: '#456789'

This would allow you to make a "template file" for example with variables replaced in multiple ways.

There are also "raw" and "comment" commands, for including raw CSS and comments respectively.

New in 0.10

New in 0.9

New in 0.8

New in 0.7

Last updated: 31 July 2019