The most supported CSS preprocessor at TTS is Sass (SCSS). Using this pre-processor means you’ll get supported resources such as frameworks, libraries, tutorials, and a comprehensive styleguide as support.
In addition, TTS uses a
to keep our CSS code compliant with our own styleguide.
That being said, any preprocessor is allowed as long as it’s a sound project and has community support.
The recommended way to compile your Sass code is through node-sass, rather than Ruby Sass. This allows eliminating the Ruby dependency for projects that don’t already require it and is the fastest method of compiling Sass.