Sass is one of the most popular CSS preprocessors. It allows you to create programming logic to your code and take advantage of its great features like working with variables, mixins, functions, interitance and nesting. There are hundreds of Sass libraries, frameworks and plugins that are available and can save you a lot of time when creating your website.
In this article we are going to share with you a collection of 10 interesting Sass libraries that we think you should definitely check out.
Gridlex is a simple css grid system for creating modern layouts and submodules. It is easy to use, you just need to wrap your column (
.col) elements in a grid container (
.grid). It offers responsive designs, based on media-queries and supports nesting grids directly in a column.
This is a free and open-source highly customizable CSS button library createad with Sass. It offers a fast and easy way to add good looking and colorful buttons in your website. There is a large variety of buttons that you can choose from including flat, rounded, glow, 3D and many more.
Bourbon is a simple, lightweight Sass library that offers an easy way to create stylesheets for cross-browser use. It contains almost everything you need to create amazing websites – mixins, functions, and addons. The library is dependency-free and requires no configuration.
A Sass mixin library for creating minimal CSS3 cross-browser form input styles. It includes mixins for text, textarea, search, select, radio, checkbox, and button inputs. Sassy Inputs are customizable and fully keyboard operable.
Saffron is a simple Sass mixing library that offers a fast way to add CSS animations and transitions to your website. It is easy to use, all you need to do is include the mixin in the Sass declaration and set the variable for the effect you want to use. There is a large variety of animation and transitions available- fade in and out, slide in and out, shake, bounce and a lot more.
This is a lightweight and mobile-first CSS framework for creating amazing and responsive websites. It is only 10kb gzipped, and its responsive grid and modern components offer a fast and easy way to craft beautiful designs for all screen sizes.
A Sass mixin for creating angled edges on sections by dynamically encoding SVGs. It creates an svg triangle that is set as a background image, and you can use it’s parameters to set the location, hypotenuse, fill color, height and width. It has support for all modern browsers – Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge and including IE 9+.
With Typesettings you can set your font-size in modular scale with Ems, vertical rhythm, and responsive ratio based headlines. It has 6px default baseline and maintains vertical rhythm with pixel based borders. Typesettings handles all the math for Ems and uses modular scale values to set font size.
This is a CSS framework based on material design. It is highly customizable and fully responsive. The framework offers a large selection of components like buttons, cards, forms, navbars, pagination and a lot more. It is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge and IE 11+.
A Sass library that offers an easy way for writing media queries. It has a list of default breakpoint for phone, tablet and desktop, that can be customized the way you like. The library allows you to write media queries with em and rem units and create aliases for often used expressions.
Writing Sass in Bootstrap Studio
Bootstrap Studio, our powerful app for building websites offers an easy way to write and edit Sass files. The built-in code editor allows you to write and organize your code the way you like, fast and without much effort. What is more, the
bstudio-sass helper utility automatically compiles your Sass everytime you save your code.
For a more detailed explanation you can check out the writing Sass in Bootstrap Studio tutorial at the Bootstrap Studio website.
The revolutionary web design tool for creating responsive websites and apps.