What is a difference between Sass and CSS?

Experience Level: Junior
Tags: Sass

Answer

  • Sass is a superset of CSS.
  • Sass has more functions but it isn't supported by browsers out of the box.
  • Sass needs to be compiled to CSS using a Sass compiler.
  • Sass has its own syntax that builds on top of CSS syntax and extends it.
  • Sass improves code maintainability and allows you not to repeat yourself
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