Anyone who builds websites knows how time-consuming CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) development can be, but delegating the task to a CSS preprocessor can alleviate the tedium and handle the “dirty work”. Sass (Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets), Less (Leaner Style Sheets) and Stylus are the top CSS preprocessor tools used by web developers today.
An article I recently ran across while researching my previous post, mentioned the possibility of the role of web developer disappearing in the very near future. Could the “near future” be here now?
How the internet is used today is strongly influenced by the growing plethora of mobile devices as well as the heavy hitters Apple, Google, and social giants Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Unlike the typical write-up on the latest in design trends, this one is a retrospective on how several development standards are rapidly fading into obscurity.