26 Mar '15, 12am

Sass Source Maps + Chrome = Magic

Have you ever wanted your changes from Chrome’s DevTools to stick – or wanted to edit Sass files directly in the inspector? If your typical workflow involves making design changes within DevTools only to return to your text editor for application, you know the pitfalls. It’s hard to remember what changes you actually made and if you’re not using LiveReload you’ll need to refresh the browser to see them in action. The whole thing is exhausting. Thankfully, there’s a better way. By using workspaces and Sass source maps with DevTools you’ll be able to edit your Sass directly within the inspector. On top of that, your changes will persist to your source files! No longer will you have to hop between the browser and your text editor. By setting up a workspace, Chrome acts as your editor. Sass source maps Sass is a preprocessor. That means it’s a language that compiles down to an...

Full article: https://robots.thoughtbot.com/sass-source-maps-chrome-magic

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