Sass 3.2 is on the way, and there are many improvements to how it handles media queries. Let’s get a jump start on all the new stuff and see how we can use media queries, which are now a first-class citizen, in Sass 3.2.
In part one we talked about how Sass can help with fluid layouts and images. Now we’ll turn our attention to the new kid in town. Media queries are the tool that takes a design from fluid to truly responsive.
What is it about Sass that turns me into a fanatic? How is Sass like your favorite TV show? And why am I often alone at parties?
Responsive Web Design is the new wave, right? In this two part series we’ll explore the principles, and talk about how Sass can help. In part one we dive into how Sass can help with the calculations behind fluid layouts and images.
Sass gladly lets you add calculations and logic in a way that CSS would never abide. But does that mean you should go around adding and dividing just anywhere? Find out how you can use pure Sass functions to make reusable logic more useful and your working Sass file more readable.