Published: Sun, 03/04/12
Rich Lyon of LiveLink New Media talks about using SASS with Drupal. He explains how it is different from writing plain CSS and how it can be used to make responsive design easier within Drupal.
- For those who’ve not heard of SASS or the Sassy module, tell us what it does
- How is this better than writing plain old CSS.
- How can SASS be used to make responsive design easier (within Drupal).
- Who should be using Sassy?
- How can SASS enhance a themer's workflow?
- Ok, let’s talk about what Sassy brings to the table, that isn’t possible with the Ruby compiler.
- Does it add any new features?
- Does it cause any performance issues?
- Is there a lack of features that the Ruby compiler has?