Les James 4.14
CSS3 is great…except for all of the vendor prefixes, and having to write the same styles over and over again. Enter Sass, the CSS meta-language that can solve these CSS3 woes. Sass makes it easy to add complex CSS3 styles. Style sheets become more flexible than ever with variables and mix-ins. Whip organization and specificity into shape with nesting and parent selectors. Dominate colors with Sass’s built in functions. Best of all, there’s no crazy syntax to learn—it’s still the CSS you know and love.