Category: CSS & Sass

Sass. What is it? Why should I learn it?

Sass, or Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets. You may have heard about Sass or Less before. They are both extensions of CSS that add power and organization to stylesheets. Anything that you write in Sass get’s compiled to perfectly valid CSS.

Sass code comes in two flavors, an older  -just- “Sass” that uses indentation and no curly braces, and the newer, more awesome SCSS (Sassy CSS). Today, we’ll be taking a look at the latter.

But first and foremost, why should you care?