your working stylesheets and the final output files that are served to the browser. • Sass adds additional functionality to the CSS language which allows you to write more efficient and maintainable code.
install its various packages of code • Fire up your Terminal and type in gem install sass ◦ If this fails you may need superuser privileges on your system, so run sudo gem install sass instead ◦ After install completes, you can test by typing in sass - v, which should return Sass 3.2.12 (Media Mark)
in the command sass --watch style.scss:style.css ◦ style.scss being your input file and style.css being your output file (named whatever you prefer) • If you are not a fan of the Terminal, there are many applications that can get you up and running quickly
Yourself Preprocessing in Just a Few Minutes - http://goo.gl/tsHQtP • CSS Tricks: Musings on Preprocessing - http://goo.gl/OvBUQ4 • A List Apart: Organize That Sass - http://goo.gl/WDmnHI • Working with CSS Preprocessors - http://goo.gl/4o4GtH Additional Resources