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Create Reusable Modules Using SASS, Part 3 - #45

Published: December 21, 2020 | DevDrawer

Estimated Reading Time
2 minutes
Video Duration
21:07 minutes

Last week, we started recreating Bootstrap using our own SASS. Today, we take what we created and build out different elements. In this tutorial, we learn how to make alerts, manipulate images, create cards, and create light and dark themed tables.

By the end of this tutorial, you should have a working "simple" Bootstrap clone that you can build on. I took the basic items I use for Bootstrap and recreated them but you can take the same concepts and create any element you want that fits with your development process.

For this tutorial, we will use VS Code and it's Live Sass Compiler. With these tools, you can write better code, quicker.

So, let's get started with creating Bootstrap using SASS.

00:00 Intro

01:02 Auto Generate style.css and style.min.css Using SASS

03:45 Create scss Folder

05:25 Create Modules for SASS

07:17 Importing Modules to SASS

17:40 Win a Laptop for Being a Subscriber

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