This course includes:
SASS is a preprocessor that turns CSS into a programming language. You can use includes, variables, reuse bits of code, add logic and functions, and much more.
Using SASS allows you to develop cleaner, well-organised code that is easy to update and maintain.
In this course, you will learn how to use SASS. We'll start with a tour of the functionality before moving onto a project to put those skills into action. You can code along to pick up some real-world experience.
The entire course should take you less than two hours to complete so you can learn to use SASS in record time.
Who this course is for:
8 sections - 33 lectures - 01:03:09 total length
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Chris Worfolk is a psychologist and software consultant. He is the author of nine books and has taught over 15,000 students on Udemy. He specialises in software, career coaching, mental health and resilience.
Chris is the founder of mental health charity Anxiety Leeds and co-founder of the Leeds Anxiety Clinic. He is the author of Do More, Worry Less: Small Steps To Reduce Your Anxiety. He has a degree in psychology from Leeds Beckett University.
Previously, he has spent over ten years working in the IT industry helping companies including Sky, Asda, Capita and the NHS improve the digital products. He is the author of numerous books including How to Exit VIM and the IT Contracting Master Class. He has a degree in computing from the University of Leeds.
In his spare time he is an ironman triathlete, ultramarathon runner, competitive public speaker. He lives in Leeds with his wife and daughter.