An easy way to document your Sass code

CSS is getting more and more complex. Sass solves a lot of CSS issues, but at the same time is likely to bring some extra complexity to the game. Documenting Sass code is as vital as documenting regular CSS, if not more so. It's not only important for the next developer, but so you still understand your own code six months from now.

SassDoc is to Sass what JSDoc is to JavaScript. The idea is simple: you document your code by writing inline comments in a specific way, run some short command line code, then some beautiful documentation is magically generated. Isn’t that nice?

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