Get an introduction to Sass—syntactically awesome style sheets—in this hands-on video course from programmer and author Jen Kramer. Sass allows CSS designers to create style sheets that are easier to follow and less repetitive, leveraging data structures like variables, if/else statements, functions, and loops. With this video, you’ll learn how to install and configure a Sass compiler, understand the differences between Sass and CSS, and learn the Sass and SCSS syntax.
You can use whatever text editor you like; Jen explains where to download SublimeText3 and packages that make working with HTML, CSS, and Sass a great experience. You should also install Koala for compiling Sass files, which is Mac/PC compatible and free.
The video will teach you how to:
Since 2000, Jen Kramer has built websites that are supportive of business and marketing goals, in a freelance capacity and as part of an agency. She is a frequent conference speaker and runs many workshops. Jen has created 24 video training courses for Lynda.com on topics including Bootstrap, web semantics, Joomla, and website strategy, and planning.