Need a simpler way to set up a front-end dev environment? With Vite, you can be up and running with Vue, React and even vanilla JS in just a few clicks.
Sass is handy, but can't do everything. Learn how to use PostCSS to create a custom CSS preprocessor that compiles Sass syntax but also adds extra features.
Craig Buckler demonstrates how use Gulp.js to automate CSS tasks, such as optimizing images, compiling Sass files, handling and inlining assets, automatically appending vendor prefixes, removing unused CSS selectors, minifying CSS, reporting file sizes, outputting sourcemaps and more.
Now we’re going to look at warnings and errors. Both form a one-way communication system between the program (in this case, Sass) and the developer (you).
Ashley Nolan introduces the features of stylelint, a flexible and well-supported CSS linting tool that can improve your team's code style and maintenance.
Kushagra Gour introduces Web Maker, a browser extension for front-end developers needing a blazing-fast, offline web playground.
In this episode, Tim and David are joined by Miriam Suzanne, best known for Susy, a responsive layout toolkit for Sass.
Miriam is a co-founder of OddBird, author of Jump Start Sass and creator of the Susy framework. Last week, she joined us for a chat about Susy and toolkits.
Bartłomiej Kozal discusses the process of building his own Sass Framework, Hocus-Pocus, and the design decisions behind its features.