Today is the 2nd part of the Best SASS Resources & Tools. As you already know that SASS is an extension of CSS that features like variables and Mixins. Variables allows you to store and reuse values through the stylesheet.
But with mixin’s it will let you define and reuse blocks of styles and it’s a great method, so you don’t need to type the same code over and over. You can create your own mixing library to save your time but there also some great mixing libraries are available these are extremely beneficial and time savers so today you see a list of some of the best SASS Mixins.
Bourbon is a library of Sass mixins and functions that are designed to make you a more efficient style sheet author.
A mixin library for Sass.
Cssowl is a mixin and extendable placeholder library with support for LESS, SASS/SCSS and Stylus.
A Sass or Stylus toolkit that sets type in Ems based on modular scale, vertical rhythm, and responsive ratio based headlines.
Sassimple is buffet of the best scss mixins with 0% css inprint when included into a project!
6. Mix Buttons
SASS Mixins for generate beautiful buttons
Super easy to use Sass mixins to establish a typographic system with modular scale and vertical rhythm. Based on the Gridlover app.
Family.scss is a set of 26 smart Sass mixins which will help you to manage the style of :nth-child’ified elements, in an easy and classy way.
Flywheel Adapt is a collection of Sass mixins and CSS helper classes to assist in generating cross-browser and cross-device styles.
Juice is a collection of Sass mixins/functions that are used to minimize the work needed to apply styling/properties to elements. Juice is not just a collection to help with cross browser support, so it is best paired with autoprefixer, for the best possible browser compatibility. You can enable prefixing for the mixin if you would like by setting the $browser-prefixes variable to true.
An useful and simple set of SASS mixins.
include-media is a Sass library for writing CSS media queries in an easy and maintainable way, using a natural and simplistic syntax.
Saffron is a collection of Sass mixins and helpers that make adding CSS3 animations and transitions much simpler. Just include a mixin in your Sass declaration, then set any configuration using variables and mixin parameters. With Saffron, you have complete control over how your animations and transitions should behave.
A set of Sass mixins to write well-structured, maintainable, idiomatic BEM-style
Breakpoint makes writing media queries in Sass super simple.