This was really nice article to read.
Sean van Zuidam

It’s true, I do love a good long variable name.

I work in WebStorm which understands that when I type @include in a scss file it means I want a mixin.

Starting every mixin with for- effectively filters my mixins and gives me a drop-down of my size ranges when I start to type.

For me at least, it means I don’t have to slow down and think about it when typing out my CSS (or go an look up my variables to see if I called it $xlarge or $x-large or $xlrg or whatever else).

Each to their own, of course.

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