Sass (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets) is a preprocessing language for CSS. It allows you to write DRY, well-organized and easily maintainable stylesheets.
Begin your foray into Sass by creating and using variables.
Gain essential understanding of Sass's killer feature to keep your code DRY and organized.
Break your Sass into small, modular chunks – stay sane.
Build dynamic functions to reduce code bloat and speed up workflow.
Use `@extend` to keep your code DRY and maintainable.
Use operators such as addition, subtraction, division, and more on values and variables. Finish it off with color functions.