Blogging about my new book that came out today, Sass For Web Designers.
5 months ago
What's the difference between sass and scss?
I've also been resisting for way too long. Let's see if Mr. Cederholm himself can finally convince me to make the switch.
Yes! We want more books in the wonderful "A book apart" collection.
Awesome! Just ordered one for the office! Keep up the good work, sir!
@Dan Cederholm I shall order, good sir! (Even though I'm one of the few LESS guys left)
@Thomas Palumbo They have basically the same possibilities, the biggest difference is in the syntax: SCSS (Sassy CSS) files use curly braces and semicolons to define the structure of the CSS rules, where as a Sass file is written without curly braces and semicolons, and uses indentation to define the CSS structure.
You should buy Dan's book, or at least read the "Syntax" section of the sass-lang documentation for a complete explanation...
I love a good sassy web designer. Get that code girlfriend.
Sass, scss, less... I really need to get more into this stuff. I'll consider buying the book :)
Going to give SASS a try after I pick up your book.
I have been waiting for this! Thanks a lot, just ordered it :) Awesomeeee can't wait!
Congrats @Dan Cederholm
@Rogie King There's Less and less of LESS guys… See what I did there? :P
So @Dan Cederholm doesn't have to:
It's "Sass", not "SASS". ;)
I'm looking forward to reading your new book, Dan. I've been using Sass for a long time (pre-Rails 3 asset pipeline) but always love to glean new techniques. :)
Once you try sass, you won't go back.
@Luke Harby True
My first design book ever was a Cederholm product. I'm in.
Just purchased 3 of your books :)
@Enon Avital you'll be glad you did.
@Dan Cederholm - Congratulations! There's a typo near the end of the post:
"(which Jason brilliantly selected to be Dribble pink, naturally)"
That Dribbble is missing the all important 3rd "b" :)
@Rogie King a LESS guy is no less of a guy
Thanks Dan.... I have been told countless times to get on SASS. With your book, today is the day.
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