over 9 years ago from Craig Murray, Product Designer @ SmugMug

  • Manik RatheeManik Rathee, over 9 years ago


    I have used both extensively (used Less when building parts of, Sass for everything since) - Sass is far more powerful.

    Most arguments I have heard say Sass is too complicated but I don't believe that to be true. You could pick up most of the things you need to learn about it in an evening of messing around. (Thats exactly what I did)

    5 points
    • Jacob ThompsonJacob Thompson, over 9 years ago

      Seconding Manik.

      I think I managed to get a good idea of how Sass works in about three hours spread over a couple of days. It's easy, and amazing.

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