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CSS Sass Basics Add Reusable Logic to Your Sass Write Loops with @for

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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NEXTJS is a server-side technology, where SASS is a preprocessor for CSS and entirely client-side. I'm not sure that it makes sense to consider one as a replacement for the other.

And nothing is redundant when your boss (or client) says "...and I want this to be done using [that technology]". :speak_no_evil:

Yeah the reality is there are loads of different ways of solving problems with technology, and many (most?) organisations are quite attached to particular tech stacks because they happened to have used them for a while.

Also worth pointing out that learning how different technologies work helps you understand common design principles more generally, which is extremely useful in itself.