Learn how preprocessors can make CSS scalable and easy to maintain. You'll see how to write code in a very clean and scalable manner and use CSS preprocessor features such as variables and looping, which are missing in CSS natively.
Reading Beginning CSS Preprocessors will make your life much simpler by showing you how to create reusable chunks of code. In addition to coding enhancements, you’ll also learn to automate processes such as generating image sprites and minifying code.
is your guide for getting started with CSS preprocessors. This book shows you how to use CSS in your day-to-day work and thus be smart and efficient at writing CSS.
- What are preprocessors
- What are the known preprocessor frameworks
- What are the features of Sass (Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets)
- What is Compass
- What is Less
|Edition description:||1st ed.|
|Product dimensions:||6.80(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Anirudh Prabhu is a software engineer with over 5 years of industry experience. He specializes in technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, PHP, jQuery, Twitter Bootstrap, and SASS, and also has knowledge of CoffeeScript and AngularJS. In addition to web development, he has been involved in building training material and writing tutorials for twenty19 for the technologies mentioned.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Sass
More on Sass
Introduction to Less
Introduction to Compass