How I solved issues with Laravel Mix’s image optimisation.
Sass maps have been around for a little over a year now and are an incredibly useful feature of the CSS preprocessor.
If you’re already using them then you’ll already know how handy they are; if not, then hopefully this little post will give you a good start.
Interesting comparison of the Sass and Less CSS pre-processors by Guy Routledge.
Nice little approach to writing OOCSS using BEM in Sass.
Neat approach to intelligently handling CSS z-indexes using a CSS preprocessor. The suggestion of using a Sass map is particularly good.
Sass 3.3 was released the other day and came with loads of new features. This is a good look at the main ones including map data structures and source maps.
As someone who also switched from LESS to Sass, this is a pretty good article on why Sass is the better CSS pre-processor. It’s worth a read even if you’re currently using Sass, but perhaps not fully making the most of what it can do. There’s some good examples of some advanced functionality.
Great article by Harry Roberts on using Sass
@extend with silent classes.