27 Feb '15, 1pm

Announcing Sassquatch: A Zero-setup Sass Previewer for OS X

Announcing Sassquatch: A Zero-setup Sass Previewer for OS X

We’re pleased to release Sassquatch , a native Sass previewer for OS X. Between client projects and open source tools, we spend a considerable amount of our time writing Sass. Typically, we would have a Web server running locally and a process monitoring Sass changes such as Rails, Gulp.js, or sass --watch . Additionally, we often use a browser auto-reload tool such as LiveReload or BrowserSync. While this setup works fine for most typical Web projects, it becomes extremely tedious when all you need is isolating a bug, exploring a new Sass feature, or spiking a new function or mixin. There are online tools that attempt to help with this, but their speed and reliability are inconsistent. This is why we set out to build a Sass output previewer that requires no setup or use of the command line. Just open any .scss file in Sassquatch to immediately preview the CSS output. Bett...

Full article: https://robots.thoughtbot.com/announcing-sassquatch

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