There are a good many applications that will get you up and running with Sass in a few minutes for Mac, Windows, and Linux. You can download most of the applications for free but a few of them are paid apps (and totally worth it).
- CodeKit (Paid) Mac
- Ghostlab (Paid) Mac Windows
- Hammer (Paid) Mac
- LiveReload (Paid, Open Source) Mac Windows
- Prepros (Paid) Mac Windows Linux
- Scout-App (Free, Open Source) Windows Linux Mac
sass-embedded package wraps a JS API around the Dart VM, so it's faster but only supports Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
There are also community-maintained wrappers for the following languages:
When you install Sass on the command line, you'll be able to run the
sass executable to compile
.scss files to
.css files. For example:
sass source/stylesheets/index.scss build/stylesheets/index.css
First install Sass using one of the options below, then run
sass --version to be sure it installed correctly. If it did, this will include
1.50.0. You can also run
sass --help for more information about the command-line interface.
Once it's all set up, go and play. If you're brand new to Sass we've set up some resources to help you learn pretty darn quick.
- Install Anywhere (Standalone)
- You can install Sass on Windows, Mac, or Linux by downloading the package for your operating system from GitHub and adding it to your
PATH. That’s all—there are no external dependencies and nothing else you need to install.
- Install Anywhere (npm)
If you use Node.js, you can also install Sass using npm by running
- Install on Windows (Chocolatey)
If you use the Chocolatey package manager for Windows, you can install Dart Sass by running
choco install sass
- Install on Mac OS X or Linux (Homebrew)
If you use the Homebrew package manager for Mac OS X or Linux, you can install Dart Sass by running
brew install sass/sass/sass