Tim Severien

Cubic Bézier representation in Sass

In this more advanced article, Tim Severien and Hugo Giraudel show us how they built a tool in Sass to visualize cubic Bézier functions.  Read more…

Jaime Caballero

Using Object-Oriented CSS with Sass

Jaime Caballero shows us how to use Object-Oriented CSS to cleanup our stylesheets. He even throws in a bit of a Sass twist.  Read more…

Tim Hettler

Using source maps with Sass 3.3

Tem Hettler shows us how to use source maps to make debugging easier with Sass 3.3 and modern browsers like Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.  Read more…

Ana Tudor

Inverse trigonometric functions with Sass

Ana Tudor kicks off her first article for The Sass Way with some crazy CSS demos and a lot of advanced math. Learn how to create asin(), acos(), and atan() functions in pure Sass.  Read more…

Sebastian Ekström

How to dynamically change text color based on a background color

Learn how to use variables and a custom function to programmatically determine contrasting text colors for different backgrounds.  Read more…

Aleksandar Goševski

Spriting with Sass and Compass

Learn how to use the image spriting features of Compass to improve page download time and drastically reduce the effort needed to assemble sprite sheets.  Read more…

Hugo Giraudel

Implementing the Bubble Sort algorithm with Sass

Until recently it was actually impossible to build a sorting function for strings and other types in Sass, but with the release of Sass 3.3 we now have have the features we need to do just that.  Read more…

Chris Michel

Share your Sass with Sache: A quick guide

Have you ever created a Sass library and wanted an easy way to share it with others? Or have you ever wondered where to look to find a Sass library to do something specific? In this article Chris Michel introduces us to Sache—an easy to use directory of Sass libraries and tools—and shows us how to easily add our own projects.  Read more…

John W. Long

Sass 3.3 (Maptastic Maple)

It’s been a long time coming, but well worth the wait! Sass 3.3 includes 35+ additional features, including the new Map data structure, source maps, improved parent selector semantics, and an improved if() function.  Read more…