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Hands on Responsive Design Using a CSS Preprocessor

by Paul Cheney

Build a mobile first, responsive website using the power of a CSS preprocessor so you can use variables, functions, calculations, shorthand, and minification in your web design workflow.

What you'll learn

CSS is very basic and tedious to write by hand. However, by using a CSS preprocessor, we can introduce variables, functions, calculations, shorthand, minification, and other cool stuff all while keeping our source files clean and readable. The power of using a CSS preprocessor for doing responsive design should not be underestimated.

About the author

Paul Cheney specializes in Responsive Design, Content Management Systems, and Virtual Reality Photography. He teaches courses for Pluralsight and runs a web development business and Spartan Design University where he hosts resources for many online courses.

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