@property: giving superpowers to CSS variables

Una Kravets introduces the Houdini Properties and Values API which is coming to your CSS file in Chromium 85.
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An interesting article by Una Kravets and the upcoming @property — CSS variables on steroids.

@property --colorPrimary {
  syntax: '<color>';
  initial-value: magenta;
  inherits: false;
}

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