Take your CSS to the next level & Speed up your web development process with Sass
What you will learn
Use Sass in Real World Projects
Use VS code editor that works best for your environment and workflow
Write professional Sass code and generate CSS code from it.
Use variables to make designs more flexible and avoid repetitive code.
Use and understand Variables and Imports to make your stylesheets incredibly flexible and easy to navigate
Style websites using Sass with confidence and ease
Use mixins to reuse existing solutions and built upon them without re-inventing the wheel
Understand best practices for styling scalable websites
Code Mixins in order to save keystrokes and recycle CSS styles
Sass (Syntactically awesome stylesheets) is a CSS preprocessor.
- Sass allows to write more maintainable and more concised CSS
- Sass allows to use great CSS features with superpowers.
- Some features include:
- Writing and defining Variables
- Clear inheritance with Nested Rules
- Using Mixins as re-usable objects
- Doing maths with the operators (+, -, *, /) and functions
- And, it is actively supported by a large community of developers to stay ahead.
Why use SASS ?
While CSS is a great language, it has some limitations.
For example, if you have a color code used multiple times in your stylesheet, you need to edit this one multiple times to update your design. Very tedious process!
Sass is the most reliable, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language. It has been chosen as the premier CSS extension language.
Sass is great for the following reasons. :
- Less code and repetition – allows to cut down one code and save time
- The stylesheet are formatted nicely with a more dynamic code
- It makes logical sense to break out CSS into multiple files with the feature
Every web developer or front-end UI engineer should use a pre-processor language over traditional CSS
In SASS (Advanced CSS3) Course, you will discover the power of Sass and learn to take your CSS to the next level. With several demonstrations and examples. you will see the power of the pre-processor language.
=> The objectives of this course is to help you
- create smarter and cleaner stylesheets,
- cut down on code,
- keep your code DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) and organized.
Introduction to Sass
Mixins and the & Selector