Tag: SCSS

Concise CSS Framework for Lightweight Web Development

The Concise CSS framework is a completely free open source lightweight option for frontend developers. It’s written in Sass for the modern developer who can’t part from his/her favorite preprocessor. If you visit the actual landing page you’ll realize the site is just as lightweight as the library. Everything is bloat-free with a focus on…

Find Sass Compatibility with this Nifty Webapp

Most developers already know about Sass and the value of using Sass on web projects. The difficulty comes with learning version differences and rendering engines. Sass Compatibility is a free open source project for testing differences between Sass engines. It’s hosted on GitHub which means all the code is freely available and open for pull…

SassDoc is your local built-in Documentation Creator

If you work in Sass then you know it’s an incredible language with many benefits. One of the most confusing aspects tends to be a management of things like variables, mixins, and other Sass-related things. Well SassDoc offers a free open source solution to this problem. Now you can compile your own custom-built Sass documentation…

Sass Guidelines can make you a Pro at Sass/SCSS

The CSS pre-processor Sass has been around for almost a decade and has grown quite a bit since early beginnings. It’s now one of the preferred methods for writing CSS code to compile and run smoothly. But those who’ve never tried to learn Sass are likely to be a bit intimidated. While it is general…

Pintsize Automates Sass & HTML Template Building

Sass/SCSS has changed the way developers create websites. It saves time, frustration, and offers a powerful new workflow to hasten web projects. This excitement has naturally caused developers to jump into the ring with their own Sass-related ideas. Some are basic mixins while others are plugins or libraries that run on top of Sass commands….

Open Source Responsive Layout Grid Framework in Pure CSS

A GitHub repo named Layout Grid is gaining notoriety among developers. It was first published by Ivan Kerin and has proven to be an amazing tool for web developers. This isn’t really a “framework” as much as a collection of CSS codes that can be reused to build certain grids. His live demo only uses…

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