This is a hands-on introduction to Haml and Sass.
Haml is a way to make writing markup easier, faster, and less error prone. Sass is an interpreted form of CSS that allows you to add functions, variables, and 'mixins' to your CSS for increased speed and awesomeness.
We'll cover an introduction to Haml, Sass, and Compass (a framework often used with Sass). You will learn:
Do I need a laptop?
You might find it handy to bring a laptop to try things out on and to make sure you're setup properly. If you are bringing your laptop, have Sass and Haml installed (or at least have Ruby installed).
Pam Selle is a professional developer making the web beautiful at Paperless Post. She has been making things online for nigh on 10 years and enjoys using Haml and Sass for the way they make development a bit speeder, a bit simplier, and a bit more fun. She is also known as a great instructor, teachi... view full bio