Compiling Less files with a standalone compiler

Once we've produced a valid Less file, we need to compile it into its CSS equivalent. For this, we have two options: the first is to compile from the command line; we will examine this in more detail later in this chapter, in the Compiling from the command line section. The second is using a standalone compiler, for which we can use one of the following compilers available for this purpose:

Each of these compilers performs the same basic function of compiling Less files, but in different ways. I would suggest that you try each one out and stick with the one that ...

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