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SASS list


Sass is a CSS pre-processor. Sass reduces repetition of CSS and therefore saves time.

Sass lets you use features that do not exist in CSS, like variables, nested rules, mixins, imports, inheritance, built-in functions, and other stuff.

Read more about Sass at the official Sass web site:

Sass Syntax

Sass supports two different syntaxes. Each one can load the other, so it’s up to you and your team which one to choose