Claudina Sarahe

  • July 8, 2014 · 6:30 PM
  • Code Headquarters

Claudina Sarahe is a NYC-based doer of things. Most recently she's made a YC startup, developed and taught a summer community media and tech class and internship to young women in West Harlem. She organizes SassConf and GothamSass (formally NYC Sass Meetup). By day, CS works for OddBird. She's working towards becoming a polymath, loves records, travel, and seeing the world through queer and radical lenses. Every wall in her apartment is a different color. Catch CS at BlendConf Sept. 2014

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  • Claudina S.

    Hi, Denver Sassstronauts – Thanks for having me. Here are the links I touched on: *
    * (Front End Ops video on Building Front-End Components)
    * SassyExport
    * Jinja2 Macros
    * Jade Mixins
    * Everything is a Polyfill (Front End ops video on automating a maintainable front-end. Sean, I'll post my example and short explanation later today.

    3 · July 10

    • Tom B.

      That style guide is so neat; I'd love to find a GitHub repo that would more turnkey to automate it.

      July 11

  • Sean

    Yea, thanks Claudina. I didn't fully grasp how/why you were using the JSON and Jinja for your style guides. Do you have an example or article that I can take a look at. I know Terry brought up this article by Viget, but the JSON is only used to share SASS variables with JS files. In my experience of building one-off Wordpress sites I usually only need to share breakpoint variables with JS and it is quicker and easier just to maintain without JSON. I think I'm probably missing something here :).

    July 9

  • Tom B.

    Thanks for the inspiration to look at more automation in creating & managing style guides! Do you happen to have those links still available please Claudina?

    This is what I was thinking of LibSASS in Browser/JavaScript:

    July 9

  • Michael A.

    Heck yeah! Next week is one of my team meetups in Denver, but I'm going to try to make it.

    July 2

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