Over the thirteen years since its release, Sass has grown to be one of the best-known and best-loved CSS tools in developers’ toolkits. But many of its early uses—browser prefixing, selector nesting, and even variables—are commonly handled by PostCSS these days, and may even become unnecessary as browsers continue to mature. So why is Sass still so popular, and why is Google working to use it for more and more of its products?
This talk will cover the role of Sass in modern CSS development and how we’re integrating it with PostCSS to create a full-fledged styling stack. It will also introduce Sass’s new module system, which will make it even easier to share styles using Sass.