Recap and Additional Resources
At this point you should know
Less really well. We covered all the core concepts to make you a better developer.
So, what are your next steps?
The first thing you should do is go well beyond what we are doing in these demos and use it on your own project. It's the only way you're going to really learn it through and familiarize yourself with it.
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Start Using Task Runners
You're not going to be able to use Codepen.io, Less.js, or Prepros.io forever. Eventually you'll become more advance and need specific requirements.
It's probably a good idea now to at least move forward and start using a task runner or customize one specific for your needs.
Go check-out our Gulp Course now!
Less is awesome. I personally still use it for many, many projects. The syntax and features just makes sense to me and are perfect for my specific use case.
Sass is becoming more and more the more common one to use. It's probably a good idea to not limit yourself to just Less.
Sass also has a bit more features once you dive into the very advance stuff, but overall is practically the same.
The really cool thing is now that you know
Less, you pretty much know
Sass. The concepts are pretty much identical, but the syntax are different. There's a few other small differences as well but fortunately we have a full Sass Course for this!