This is a continuation of Getting Started with Sass (Part 1).
In Part 1, we covered what Sass can do for you and how to set it up, followed by some showcases on its functionalities. In Part 2, we’ll be taking a look at more of Sass’s functions. So without further ado.
After a couple of months Sass 3.3 had been released, the new update is now available with version 3.4 under the code name “Selective Steve”. Most new features in this version are about selectors. There are 8 new functions you can play with Sass 3.4 selectors. Beside selectors, Sass 3.4 also comes with @error directive and this feature now could make Sass handles errors in a cleaner way. Isn’t that exciting? To discover more in this release of Sass 3.4, read the article by a Sass big fan, Hugo Giraudel by clicking on the button below.
The web industry operates at a breakneck speed and so all front-end developers must continue to learn and keep up to date with the latest trends, methodologies, languages and techniques. In this compact yet excellent article by Joe Howard, you will find 5 useful skills you could master this year that will help you remain at the forefront of the latest web development know-how. Think SASS, Grunt, SVG, CSS animation and custom parallax.