An Introduction to SASS

An Introduction to SASS

Do you know Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets and how to use it? We will explain everything about it in this event about and Introduction to SASS.

Stylesheets are getting larger, more complex, and harder to maintain. This is where a CSS pre-processor can help.

Sass lets you use features that do not exist in CSS, like variables, nested rules, mixins, imports, inheritance, built-in functions, and other options. Sass is compatible with all versions of CSS. The only requirement for using it is that you must have Ruby installed.

A browser does not understand Sass code. Therefore, you will need a Sass pre-processor to convert Sass code into standard CSS. This process is called transpiling. So, you need to give a transpiler some Sass code and then get some CSS code back.

About our speaker: Mohamed Dhia Weslati is a software engineer at Think-It, and his area of speciality is web development. He worked as a web development instructor and R&D engineer. In his free time, Mohamed enjoys reading philosophy books and learning math for fun.

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