Sass and Compass in Action is the definitive guide to stylesheet authoring using these two revolutionary tools. Written for both designers and developers, this book demonstrates the power of both Sass and Compass through a series of examples that address common pain points associated with traditional stylesheet authoring. The book begins with simple topics such as CSS resets and moves on to more involved topics such as grid frameworks and CSS3 vendor implementation differences.
About this Book
For 15 years, we've been using CSS to patiently paint the web by hand. No more! Sass and Compass add scripting and a library of components to standard CSS so you can simplify stylesheet authoring, automate tedious tasks, and add dynamic styling features to your pages. Think of Sass and Compass as power tools that allow you to paint with remarkable speed and precision.
Sass and Compass in Action is a hands-on guide to stylesheet authoring using these two revolutionary tools. This practical book shows you how to eliminate common CSS pain points and concentrate on making your pages pop. You'll begin with simple topics like CSS resets and then progress to more substantial challenges like building a personal stylesheet framework to bundle and reuse your own approaches and opinions.
Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.
CSS for desktop and mobile web apps
Loaded with examples and reusable techniques
Authors are Sass and Compass creators and core team members
About the Authors
Wynn Netherland is a full stack web developer who co hosts The Changelog Podcast. Chris Eppstein is the creator of Compass and a member of the Sass core team. Brandon Mathis is a passionate professional web designer with deep Sass skills. Nathan Weizenbaum is the creator and lead developer of Sass.
Table of Contents
PART 1: GETTING ACQUAINTED WITH SASS AND COMPASS
PART 2: USING SASS AND COMPASS IN PRACTICE
PART 3: TUNING FOR PRODUCTION
PART 4: ADVANCED SASS AND COMPASS
Sass and Compass make stylesheets fun again
Basic Sass syntax
CSS grids without the math
Eliminate the mundane using Compass
CSS3 with Compass
From prototype to production
Scripting with Sass
Creating and sharing a Compass extension
Microsoft .Net Framework 4.5 Quickstart Cookbook
With about 10 years since its first release, Microsoft's .NET Framework 4.5 is one of the most solid development technologies for creating casual, business, or enterprise applications. It has evolved into a very stable and solid framework for developing applications, with a solid core called the CLR (Common Language Runtime)....
Governance, Risk, and Compliance Handbook for Oracle Applications
Governance: In depth coverage of corporate, IT, and security Governance, which includes important topics such as strategy development and communication, strategic reporting and control, and more
Risk Management: Creating a risk management program, performing risk assessment and control verification, and more
Combinatorial Optimization: 3-Volume Set (ISTE)
Combinatorial optimization is a multidisciplinary scientific area, lying in the interface of three major domains: mathematics, theoretical computer science and management.
The three volumes of the Combinatorial Optimization set aim to cover a wide range of topics in this area. These topics also deal with fundamental notions and...
A number of years ago, I happened to come across an article on GUI programming
with C++. I had just started learning C++ and was amazed at how little code the
author2 needed to produce a complete game, including the menus. Of course, there
were a number of constructs that needed explanation, but after a short time I was
hooked:... UNIX System Programming for System VR4 (Nutshell Handbooks)
Any program worth its salt uses operating system services. Even a simple program, if practical, reads input and produces output. And, most applications have more complex needs. They need to find out the time, use the network, or start and communicate with other processes. Systems programming really means nothing more than writing...