What does SassAndCoffee do?
How to use SassAndCoffee
- Add the package reference via NuGet
- Add a .coffee, .scss, or .sass file to your project (an easy test is to just rename a CSS file to .scss)
- Reference the file as if it was a CSS or .JS file (i.e. to reference “scripts/test.coffee”, you should reference “scripts/test.js” in your SCRIPT tag)
- To get the minified version of a file (either a coffee file or a standard js file), ask for the “.min.js” version (i.e. “scripts/test.min.js”)
What’s New in SassAndCoffee 0.9 – Speed, Speed, Speed!
What else is new?
- The Sass @import directive now works – this is an awesome feature of Sass that really allows you to clean up your CSS files and write them more like code and keep it DRY!
- Reliability improvements – less crashification and race conditions