Koala Brings SASS to My iOS Project
I’ve been using SASS in Rails projects for years. How I wrote CSS before is hard to imagine but I didn’t have to imagine it for long. As I began work on the Flojuggler iOS app I realized that I had to write some raw CSS. Was not a problem but… kinda sucked. So, I looked around for a tool that would let me write SASS without needing a server side interpreter. I shopped around, tried a few, and decided that Koala is the marsupial for the job.
Koala is a GUI application for Less, Sass, Compass and CoffeeScript compilation, to help web developers to use them more efficiently. Koala can run in windows, linux and mac.
Multi-language Support: support for Less,Sass, CoffeeScript and Compass Framework.
Real-time Compilation: listening files, compile automatically when the file changes, that everything is running in the background without user action.
Compile Options Support: you can set the compiler options for each file.
Compression: auto compress code after compilation is completed.
Error Notification: if encountered an error during compilation, koala will pop up the error message.
Cross-platform: koala can run in Windows, Mac and Linux.