Unless you have been coding your CSS inside an underground shelter for the past 4 years, then you have probably heard of Sass. Sass of course stands for [highlight]Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets[/highlight], and according to it’s developers:
Sass is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world
Sass is awesome. It allows you to use variables, nested rules, mixins and tonnes of other features that makes writing CSS less tedious and a lot more fun. Unfortunately, one thing that Sass does not offer out of the box, is a GUI compiler: And that’s where Koala comes in. Koala is a straight forward GUI application that not only compiles Sass but also Less and CoffeeScript. It’s open source and can run in windows, linux and mac.
So how do you compile Sass files using Koala? Here is a quick guide: [Read more…]