Beth  Nabimanya

Beth Nabimanya


The Ultimate Guide to Learning Sass/SCSS

Sass is one of the most widely used preprocessors out there. A preprocessor is a language or a program that generates CSS from the code written using the unique syntax, features provided by the preprocessor itself. Since the browser does not understand the Sass/SCSS code, all of the code compiles back to standard CSS.

Sass vs. SCSS

Sass and SCSS refer basically to the same Sass language. The only major difference between them is the way we write them. The file written with the .scss extension follows the traditional block-like structure with { } to write the rules. Whereas the file with the .sass extension follows the indentation-based structure without semicolons (as used in python) to write the rules.

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The Ultimate Guide to Learning Sass/SCSS