Make a choice between less and sass
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The time has come to explore some CSS Framworth, naturally the choice between LESS and SASS, both aim at flexibility in style design. Tell me what to choose to block the weakest of them in order not to waste time studying the opportunities already obtained from another francophone.
Syntaxis in the pre-processors is very similar, so, looking at them in LESS, and then going to SASS, you're not gonna have a problem with old knowledge. In this regard, any frimetres may be studied in any way.
LESS and SASS are close. Twitter Bootstrap officially moved from LESS to SASS from Given the popularity of the boutstrap, this decision will definitely play at the speed of SASS development compared to LESS.
But I suggest you pay attention to Stylus. Since the Yandex team's development, the pre-processor has been growing at a very rapid pace, and it's far ahead of SASS. The opportunities already available in Stylus are confined to SASS only in the form of an open issue planned for an uncertain future. At best, at SASS, we'll see them in a year. Stylus can be used now.
Besides, Stylus has a more flexible synthesis. You can write in CSS/SCSS with brackets, you can go back to SASS. You can drop the two-track in the sss-practice, you can assign variables through two-tracks like SASS, and even in peremptory languages.
Speed: SASS and LESS at one level, Stylus 1.5 times faster. But SASS has a version of the pre-processor written on C - LibSass, it's very fast, 3.5 times faster than Stylus. It's only the PostCSS, but it's no longer a classic pre-processor. You can look at him and, by the way, you're developing in a good pace.