Sass

The Web Moves Fast

One of the never ending battles developers have is the constant sea of updates to their tools. Case in point, I recently started working with Sass (a CSS preprocessor), but Dreamweaver CS5.5 has no clue about Sass files (or Less, another CSS preprocessor). This means, it does not provide code hinting or hilighting.

Well, Greg Rewis, Adobe Dreamweaver evangelist and co-keynoter for the upcoming Designer/Developer Workflow Conference, outlined the steps necessary to tweak some config files in Dreamweaver and be coding away. Here is the full article.

Also, he has a great post on how to update the Dreamweaver templates to use the later versions of both jQuery and jQuery Mobile.