Packt is proud to annouce the publication of Instant SASS CSS How-to, a fast, focused, and effective guide to achieve instant results. This book is available now in various electronic formats such as Amazon Kindle, e-pub and PDF at a competitive price of $8.49.
About the Author :
Alex Libby : Alex has previously authored various books for Packt Publishing on topics such as HTML5 Video and JQuery Tools, with this book being his latest work. He works as a Technical Analyst for an international parts distributor located in the UK, supporting medium-sized SharePoint Estates, and enjoys experimenting with different technologies in his day job.
SASS, a stylesheet language, was first designed by Hampton Catlin and developed by Nathan Weizenbaum and is used as a scripting language that is interperted to CSS and provides various mechanisims such as variables,nesting,mixins, and selector inheritance.
Instant SASS CSS How-to begins with steps to download and install SASS, and helps readers kick-start their journey with SASS. This book also includes topics on how to create your own mixing library with exciting effects. Readers will learn how to create more efficient and exciting stylesheets in site pages and also help maintain their site for the future.
Instant SASS CSS How-to follows a step by step approach with easy-to-understand instructions and is filled with tons of practical and effective recipes. This book would be perfect for professionals looking to get to grips with SASS, although a little experience with HTML and CSS would be required.
Packt has also published various related titles :
- Instant LESS CSS Preprocessor How-to (February 2013)
- Sass and Compass for Designers (May 2013)
All books are Published by Packt Enterprise. Packt Enterprise is a publishing division of Packt Publishing designed to serve the information needs of IT Professionals in the Enterprise space. Packt Enterprise also publishes on Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, Citrix, Java, Amazon, Google and SAP technologies.
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