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frogstair
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Whoever thought less, sass, scss, and the others was a good idea....

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  • 3
    SASS is generally pretty awesome. Why the dislike for it?
  • 0
    @12bitfloat it's just about these things, I find compiling css is a bad concept, because of dependencies and all that, it just makes the project extremely heavy and way more confusing.
  • 1
    @shoop True but if you're going to use TypeScript, or do cache busting or stuff like static generators you'll need a compilation step anyway
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    @shoop not having to write vanilla css is totally worth the need to compile.
  • 0
    @spongessuck but you are stuck writing messy less code instead of messy vanilla css
  • 1
    @shoop I'm an scss guy myself and it's pretty rad.
  • 2
    @spongessuck im more vanilla I guess, I prefer it over anything else
  • 3
    On the contrary, why haven’t they replaced CSS with SCSS already?
  • 0
    It depends...

    Compilable CSS became popular and is very useful due to variable usage.

    And I think that this is a very good reason for compiling.

    As always, can be used in good ways or bad ways (clusterfuck of shitton inheritance spread over way too many files).
  • 2
    @IntrusionCM css has variables too, which gave me 1 less reason to use scss.
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