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Assembling Sass Part 2


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Course Overview

  1. Level 1 on Assembling Sass Part 2

    Level 1 Free Level 1 Video | 8 Challenges
    More Sass

    A deeper dive into core Sass functionality

  2. Level 2 on Assembling Sass Part 2

    Level 2 1 Video | 5 Challenges

    Introducing the Compass add-on and enabling its use

  3. Level 3 on Assembling Sass Part 2

    Level 3 1 Video | 8 Challenges

    Traversing helpers and utilities included with Compass

  4. Level 4 on Assembling Sass Part 2

    Level 4 1 Video | 8 Challenges

    Establishing and maintaining baseline grids with the vertical rhythm module

  5. Level 5 on Assembling Sass Part 2

    Level 5 1 Video | 6 Challenges

    Relegating sprite generation and maintenance to the sprite module

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About The Professor

Nick is a front-end developer by way of design, having traded in Creative Suite for CSS methodologies and web standards. As a preprocessor aficionado of the Rails persuasion, nary a day goes by without him evangelizing Sass, Haml or CoffeeScript.

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Course Notes

  • Estimated Course Length: 4 - 5 hours

Course Reviews (5)


Envy Labs does it again with a great course on using SASS and Compass. This class is a great rundown on the benefits of utilizing both throughout. Even if you're quite familiar with SASS and COMPASS like I am, you'll be amazed on how thorough Nick Walsh goes through some of the benefits of Compass and underrated SASS functions to achieve more with less code and saving invaluable amounts of time. Whether you're a beginner with using Compass or want to be more refined using Compass, this course won't leave you disappointed.


Assembling Sass Part 2 is a perfect jumpstart for learning how to use Compass. I love how the Code School team focuses in on best practices. Since Compass and Sass are both so extensive, this course helps you weigh the pros and the cons of using certain mixins or functions. This course is excellent, I would recommend it to anyone wanting more practice on their Sass and would like to understand how and why to use Compass in their Sass workflow.