If you read the official documentation, you will see a mention made of two different versions of SASS. So, you're probably thinking: what's the difference? The main one is SCSS, with the older one known as SASS (hence the name).
SCSS, or "Sassy CSS" as it is often known, is the primary version used by most developers today. It uses the file format that ends in
. The older format, SASS, is still supported, although is not the primary syntax. It is suited to those who prefer conciseness over similarity to CSS3. The real irony though is that the file extension you would assume is being used for the primary syntax isn't – it's the older format that uses
.sass as its extension!
For the purposes ...