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Chris Shaw
Chris Shaw
26,676 Points

Sass Guidelines

Hi all,

Hugo Giraudel for those who don't know him is one of the communities brightest developers when it comes to making Sass easier to use and understand.

To date he's released in my eyes the best Sass library called SassyLists which if you're new to Sass makes managing lists 1000x easier as it's essentially a fill-in for what others languages such as Python and PHP already have built-in.

However Hugo has gone one step further and has written an styleguide for the community which has so much information I'm needing to dedicate my day off from work just to go through it properly.

If you love Sass or are just getting into it I highly advise you check it out as it will help you maintain consistent and productive workflows.

Sass Guidelines

1 Answer

Wayne Priestley
Wayne Priestley
19,579 Points

Cheers for that Chris,
I'll have to set some time aside to get through it.