Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets, is a preprocessor scripting language that compiles into CSS. It adds a set of mechanisms that CSS doesn’t have by default, such as nesting and mixins. Lately I only use Sass in very specific situations because plain/vanilla CSS and browsers have evolved, with features such as variables and pseudo-classes.
Below you can find projects where I used Sass and blogposts related to this preprocessor scripting language.
Please avoid these variables! Better practices…
Even if variables suggest changes, I’ve found developers using the name $white. In this post, I’ll share a name convention to avoid future problems.Continue reading “Please avoid these variables! Better practices…”