John W. Long looks at some of the new features of Sass 3.3 (aka Maptastic Maple), which has just been released.
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Articles & Tutorials
Hugo Giraudel shows how he created a simple button library in Sass. You’ll probably learn quite a lot from this article, so make sure you don’t miss it.
Ben Frain explains why and how to promote fixed positioning elements on a page to their own layers (transform3d or backface-visibility for example) to ensure jank-free performance.
Scott O’Hara looks at the idea of using variables to store strings of text to be used in the place of CSS selectors.
Hugo Giraudel shows how to effectively organize your CSS. The article is Sass oriented, but you can apply shown principles even if you’re using a different preprocessor and even if you’re not using a preprocessor.
Terry Mun shows how to take advantage of CSS background gradients to create awesome image-like effects.
A lightweight semantic grid framework for Sass and Bourbon.
A handy plugin that lets you convert select box into simple switch.
Until next Week