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Aurelian Spodarec10,801 Points
Sass is a pre-processor, right?
Sass is a pre-processor of CSS. Bootstrap/FOundation etc.. are CSS frameworks.
So this here
A range of CSS Frameworks (Primary: SASS/SCSS)
Is wrong, right?
This should be a range of CSS pre-processor rather. Which Sass/SCSS is the same thing rihgt.
I mean, Sass, but save it as Scss. Plus they are reallt the same with few differences right.
Michael DavisCourses Plus Student 12,508 Points
This discussion shares more compare-and-contrast discussion between Frameworks and Pre-Processors. Bootstrap, for example, could be called a Pre-Processor Framework (term used loosely) since it's written in LESS.
LESS v/s SASS: Less was written in JS, SASS was written in Ruby.