2 Posts for January 2010

Auto-Compile Sass Files with Sass 3

Posted January 25, 2010

Update: After this post was written, Sass 2.4 was renumbered to Sass 3. The title and text have been updated accordingly.

One area we’re continually focusing on in Sass development is making it easier to use Sass without Ruby. Especially since Sass now supports Rack, Ruby frameworks have excellent support for Sass. But if you’re using it with another language, it hasn’t always been so smooth. That’s why we’re introducing the ability to auto-compile Sass files whenever they change using nothing more than the command-line interface.

This is the second post in my series on new features in the upcoming Sass 3. The first post described new powerful functions for manipulating colors. All these features are available right now in the haml-edge gem.

Powerful Color Manipulation with Sass

Posted January 11, 2010

Update: After this post was written, Sass 2.4 was renumbered to Sass 3. The title and text have been updated accordingly.

There’s a lot of exciting stuff coming down the pipeline for Sass 31. I want to keep folks up-to-date on what they have to look forward to, so I’m starting a series of blog posts detailing the new features I’ve been working on.

New Color Functions