As any CSS junkie already knows, using standard CSS to create style sheets can be tedious, redundant work. Many designers and developers prefer to use a dynamic style sheet language or preprocessors, such as Less, Stylus, and SCSS/SASS.
Meteor not only enables the use of preprocessors, but also treats them just like any other file so that changes are reflected immediately.
This recipe will show you how to enable some of the more popular CSS compilers in your Meteor application.
Nothing is needed to prepare for this recipe, other than having Meteor installed, and a project created so that you can begin using CSS compilers.
We're going to cover three different preprocessors, as they all work in a similar ...