New code, new sass! at riseserv we use stylesheet frameworks to leverage structure and optimization.
- April 2, 2018
- Posted by: RiseServ
- Category: blog
SASS is a language that simplifies the creation of CSS code and increases the abstraction level of CSS files.
It is a metalanguage that offers flexible syntax, incorporating logic, mathematics, and other desirable features of CSS. SASS code is translated into regular CSS code by a special ruby program.
SCSS, on the other hand, is a dialect of SASS that is more similar to regular CSS code. Despite this, SCSS retains the flexibility and features of SASS.
At RiseServ, we utilize the power of SASS and SCSS in our projects by incorporating stylesheet frameworks to streamline structure and optimization. With these tools, we can deliver elegant and efficient solutions for our clients’ web development needs.