During the last few years I have found myself dealing with largish codebases on various projects. During that time I have continued to assess the tools and techniques used to make it as easy as possible. This post explores ways to make developing on large CSS codebases more enjoyable.
As a web developer, the security of your site or app should be a top concern, especially as those sites and applications become popular. Tim Evko takes a look at some common front end vulnerabilities, as well as ways to safeguard against them.
Hugo Giraudel shares his journey of building SassyLists. SassyLists is a toolbox providing almost 40 functions to help working with Sass lists. The Sass default list API is very light therefore you might need some extra functions, especially if you are building a Sass framework or a robust grid system.
When developing with Sass sometimes there is a need to adjust the output style of the CSS. Sass’s default CSS style is good but might not be applicable for all situations. This post explores what those options are and how to adjust your compiler settings.