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Category: CSS

It’s Alive: Prototyping in the Browser

It’s Alive: Prototyping in the Browser

Good article about rapid-prototyping websites, includes links to some very useful tools like Sass, Serve, and Susy.

Not mentioned but also extremely useful for local web design: LiveReload and CodeKit, both of which will dynamically compile/process your Sass, Less, CoffeeScript, etc. code AND live-refresh your browser window, every time you save changes to your working files. Why hit the refresh button a million times a day?


Sass Intro and Tutorial – Get Your Groove On

P2PU | Haml and Sass | [Sass] Get Your Groove On

Shameless plug for a tutorial I wrote a few months ago on how to use Sass, the pre-compiler of CSS that I prefer to use.

Bring your Grid to Yoga Class

Bring your Grid to Yoga Class

Good tutorial from Thoughtbot on how to use Bourbon’s flex-grid mixins to layout a responsive site design.

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