Growing with the Web



Touch != Click


I started programming for Android a few months ago, starting a few apps while playing around with the API, re-familiarising myself with Java and getting a feel for mobile development. Having spent the majority of my programming time during the last couple of years using WinForms, ASP.NET and other Microsoft technologies, I’ve really enjoyed breaking out and trying something new.

Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets, yes, I’m quite a fan of the name. It provides us with a much simpler and more elegant way of defining CSS, allowing the creation of more modular and manageable stylesheets. Sass has two flavours; Sass-style and SCSS-style, the basic difference being that Sass-style uses indentation to separate code-blocks instead of curly braces. The examples used in this post will be using the SCSS-style.