Writing documentation for a web project can be pretty tedious. But there's good news. If you’re using Sass, you can also use a tool called “Nucleus”, a style guide generator based on the principles of Atomic CSS.
You can find out how to use Nucleus and what benefits it can provide in our new course, Getting Started With Nucleus. And since the aim is to help you be more efficient as a web designer, it only makes sense that the course itself is set up to make good use of your time: it's just 36 minutes long, and in that time, you'll get a solid grounding in this useful tool.
What You’ll Learn
Nucleus will generate an HTML document based on the Sass code you write. It can even provide markup examples. It empowers you to write more modular stylesheets, whilst also allowing you to quickly generate a style guide with minimum hassle.
In this short course, Adi Purdila will teach you the principles behind Nucleus and how to apply it to your Sass-based project.
Watch the Introduction
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