Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets is a preprocessor scripting language that is interpreted or compiled into CSS. In other words, you can say that it is an extension to CSS. Using CSS you can do a lot more, but stylesheets are getting larger, more complex, and harder to maintain. This is where a preprocessor can help. Sass has some features that don't exist in CSS yet such as nesting, mixins, inheritance, and many other features that help you write robust, maintainable CSS. It doesn't change anything that you can do with CSS, but it makes working with CSS a lot faster and easier.
This tutorial will give you a quick start to Sass. It covers most of the topics required for a basic understanding of Sass and to get a feel of how it works.
This tutorial will help you to learn Sass starting from the basics to an intermediate level that is packed with easy-to-understand explanations and real-world examples.
In this tutorial, we cover various Sass topics such as variables, nested rules, mixins, functions, and more, all with a fully CSS-compatible syntax.
You need a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS is required.
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