The top 5 performance shenanigans of CSS preprocessors

A session at Web Directions Code 2013

Thursday 2nd May, 2013

1:25pm to 2:15pm (EST)

CSS is a simple declarative language. Preprocessors were introduced to overcome it’s many limitations. Developers have long awaited this functionality, and the use of CSS preprocessors like SASS, Less, and Stylus has become ubiquitous on big websites. Yet CSS preprocessors often output some downright ugly code. During this talk, you will learn about preprocessor performance best practices.

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Nicole Sullivan

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Time 1:25pm2:15pm EST

Date Thu 2nd May 2013

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