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PostAce 1 on Wed 26 Oct 2016, 08:56

To all the web developers/designers out there, I just want to know if you guys like preprocessors and if so, which ones? I listed some below in case anyone who's not into them can get into them. They really shorten your code and makes web designing so much more fun. My favorite are Jade, Sass and I'm learning CoffeeScript.




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PostAnge Tuteur on Wed 26 Oct 2016, 11:11

To be honest, I've never actually utilized any of these in my projects. I did however use Sass before, because Atom used it for their themes. I use markdown all the time on Github though, because that's what they use for their readmes, wikis, issues, etc.. Nice list though, I might check some of these out to see what they're about. ( I liked Sass when I was using it for Atom btw )
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PostAce 1 on Wed 26 Oct 2016, 11:16

Yeah, I'll let you know now from experience if you try any, try Slim or Jade.

And CoffeeScript is good as well so far.

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