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Thread: SASS pre-processor?

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    SASS pre-processor?

    I was wondering how many of you use SASS and how you went about learning it. I finished going to school for web development and have a great understanding of css, but didn't learn anything about pre-processors like that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontEndDev99 View Post
    I was wondering how many of you use SASS and how you went about learning it. I finished going to school for web development and have a great understanding of css, but didn't learn anything about pre-processors like that...
    I began by just using the command line and the things I learned from the sass docs. Then moved on to using Gulp to automate that process among other things.


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    Chris Coyier has some good video tutorials on CSS-Tricks. I mostly learned from the documentation, though.
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    One tip, the new(ish) "SCSS" syntax makes SASS so much more sensible to use, because it's a lot closer to normal CSS.

    If you're using the old sass syntax, definitely take a look at scss syntax. Same program, two different modes!
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    cool, thanks for the replies...I'll have to check out gulp.


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