01 Apr '13, 3pm

Author! Author! Structure your SASS files with @import via @pivotallabs

For my first blog post at Pivotal, I decided to pick a small topic that I am pretty confident about: why to structure your SASS files with the @import rule. If you are still using Sprockets directives in Asset Pipeline to combine your SASS files, I highly recommend to switching over to using the SASS @import rule instead. Consider this simple CSS setup: application.css (using Sprockets Directives) /* *= require partials/variables *= require partials/typography *= require partials/elements *= require vendor/grid *= require vendor/mixins *= require pages/home *= require pages/listing *= require pages/detail */ (NOTE: I am intentionally not using "*= require_tree" right now.) The same setup using SASS @import rule would look like this: application.sass (using SASS @import) @import partials/variables @import partials/typography @import partials/elements @import vendor/grid @im...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/structure-your-sass-files-with-imp...

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