DGM2740 Principles of Web Languages

This course was built by Dr. Paul Cheney for the Digital Media Department at UVU

Unit10 SASS



Hand-coding all your CSS can be time consuming for a complex project. A CSS preprocessor allows you to type shorthand and then a CSS preprocessor will convert your shorthand into viable CSS that gets downloaded to the browser. There are many CSS preprocessors available and as yet, there is no clear winner. SASS or LESS seem to be the current contenders. After asking industry professionals and reading reviews, I chose to include SASS in this class. Once you learn one CSS Preprocessor, you should be able to pick up other ones without much problem.

Learning Activities

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Reflection Questions

You are benefiting from those students who have gone before and shared their in-site as to how this class can be improved. Please take a few minutes to share some ways we can improve this class for the next group of students.