Syntatically Awsome Style Sheet
SASS is used as short term for Syntatically Awsome Style Sheet This is basically a code that is furthermore converted into Cascading Style Sheet. This is basically extension of CSS. It was first introduced in 2006 by Natalie Weizenbaum.
Uses of SASS
- SASS is used for the following benifits:
- Shorten CSS code
- Easy to update large size style sheets
- Reuse existing define CSS properties
- Fast styling process using variables and other useful features
The process of converting SASS code into browser understandable CSS. The program that is used for this purpose is called transpiler. This program take SASS file as input and convert it to the corresponding CSS file.