Note: We assume you are familiar with Gulp & Sass
Ionic Framework by default uses CSS, but allows you to customise its default values using Sass.
All you need to do is use this handy little command
ionic setup sass and you are all set. If you want a more detailed guide go here.
This creates a task in your
gulpfile.js for compiling your sass file located at
This is all you really need to get started with Sass. But if you want to actually use Sass to it’s full potential with mixins, functions and modules, keep reading.