Preferring SASS over the default or old way of editing CSS is really an improvement on your workflow in my opinion. Sass indeed makes using CSS fun again, but more importantly it’s an easy syntax that once you get used to it, it really is cleaner, better and has a lot of helper functions. Defining variables, mixins and adding more functionality also structures your css code.
There are 2 different syntaxes and I recommend starting with the .scss style, which looks a lot like the regular
I was doing a project where I started using UnderscoreJS and find this real easy to use and a timesaver in projects. I also explored templates in underscoreJS and had some small issue’s that I would like to share here.
So I thought let’s share some findings when using templates and the utility functions for this library.
I’m playing around with various frameworks, where I stumbled on having an old version of Ruby present. When searching on the net there where a lot of different ways to do it, but doing it with RVM is super easy.
So when you need to upgrade your old pre-installed version use:
curl -L https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable –ruby