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Advantages of Using a Preprocessor (Sass) in CSS Development

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There are many arguments on the web whether using a CSS Preprocessor is useful in development or not. My personal opinion is that you may not need a preprocessor for small web projects or applications.

However, maintenance & readability of CSS code gets harder as the project gets bigger. Dealing with thousands of lines of CSS rules, waste developers time and…

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Cem Eygi

Cem Eygi

I write about Content Creation, YouTube, Blogging, and Software Development.

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