- eBook:Introducing Dart Sass: A Practical Introduction to the Replacement for Sass, Built on Dart
- Author:Alex Libby
- Edition:1 edition
- Data:February 13, 2019
- Pages:223 pages
- Format:PDF, ePUB
Designed to be much faster and simpler to use, yet still maintain the same features as past versions of Sass, Dart Sass offers a host of benefits of using it against writing CSS manually. You will be equipped with a starting toolset that you can use to develop future projects, incorporate into your existing workflow and reduce any dependency on graphics applications such as Illustrator for simple projects.
Dart Sass is a complete rewrite of what many know as Ruby Sass but you don’t have to convert your whole work process immediately to working with Sass. You will learn how to incorporate as little or as much as you need, and how to build on it as your skills develop.
We live in an age where speed and simplicity are of the essence – Introducing Dart Sass provides a perfect way to create valid CSS quickly, efficiently, and with the minimum of fuss.
What You Will Learn
- Understand how Sass works and the benefits of using it against writing CSS manually
- Create styles quickly and easily, using the power of Sass
- Apply styles from pre-built libraries, to help reduce time and effort required
- Gain an appreciation of the importance of optimizing content for efficiency
- Work through a real-world project example using Sass and third-party Sass-based libraries.
- Website developers who are already familiar with writing CSS and to learn how to leverage Sass to quickly and more efficiently create valid CSS in projects.
- Those in agile development teams, where time is of the essence, and the pressure is on to deliver results quickly.
- Developers who want to focus on simplicity to produce properly optimized content in modern browsers using tools already in their possession.
Chapter 2: Introducing Variables and Mixins
Chapter 3: Creating Nested Styles
Chapter 4: Calculating Values Using Operations
Chapter 5: Making the Conversion to Using Sass
Chapter 6: Introducing Our Project