What's the difference between SCSS and Sass?

What's the difference between SCSS and Sass?

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  • Sass has two syntax. The first, is SCSS (Sassy CSS) and used throughout this reference, is an extension of CSS. This implies every valid CSS style sheet is also a valid SCSS file with the same meaning. Files using this syntax have the .scss extension.

    The second one which is also the older is known as Sass, it's actually a concise way of writing CSS. It doesn't use brackets but indentation to indicate nesting of selectors, and newlines instead of semicolons to distinguish the properties. Files using this syntax have the .sass extension.

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    Sourodip

    Space-O Canada, software and app development company



  • There are two syntaxes in Sass. SCSS (Sassy CSS), which is used in this reference, is a CSS extension. This means that every legitimate CSS style sheet is indeed a valid SCSS file that has the same value. The.scss extension is used for files that use this syntax.

    The second, and also the older, is Sass, which is simply a succinct way of writing CSS. It uses indentation instead of brackets to signify nesting of selectors, and newlines instead of semicolons to separate the properties. The.sass extension is used for files that use this syntax.

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    John
    Saigal Media, Software App Development Agency
  • Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets (Sass), is a pre-processor scripting language it will be compiled, or interpreted into Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Sass Script is itself a scripting language whereas Senior Citizen Savings Scheme (SCSS), is the main syntax, for the SASS which builds on top of the existing Cascading Style Sheets syntax.

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    Akshay Kumar
    Nextbrain Technologies, Software App Development Company

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