If you haven’t used sourcemaps, now is the time! With the advent of compiled CSS like LESS or SASS, or minified/uglified JS, it makes debugging awkward as you cant see the original lines of code that you wrote. Cue CTRL_F’ing to find that line to tweak! But not any more! When you generate your LESS/SASS, […]
Tag Archives: SASS
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.
This tutorial will show you how to build a REST API with Express, authentication and signup process with Passport, create and retrieve data from MongoDB using Mongoose. The front-end will be built using AngularJS and Bootstrap Sass. The last step involves using gulp.js to optimize your static assets.
Sass is one of the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language available. Before we can use Sass, we need to set it up on our project.
In grails-2.4.X, it is very easy to use sass through asset pipeline plugin. But with grails-2.3.x version, we need to follow these steps:
Part of Angular Tools Training
This video covers: Brief intro to NodeJS and NPM
Node, NPM, Yeoman, generator-angular, Grunt, grunt-connect-proxy, Usemin, Bower, Compass, Bootstrap, Sass / SCSS, Karma, Jasmine, karma-ng-html2js-preprocessor, jasmine-given, jasmine-stealth, CoffeeScript, JSHint, Editorconfig, Chrome dev tools & Sublime Text 3 plugins.