Do you often use Sass in your web development tasks? Then you probably already know how important mixins are.

Whenever you see things that are written repeatedly and tediously in CSS, that’s where mixins come in, helping you avoid mundane, repetitive work. A mixin comes with CSS declarations that you can reuse throughout your website. There are a lot of mixins created by developers to help you deal with Sass during the development process. Most of these mixins cover things that are often repetitive in CSS.

To help solve your problem, we’ve compiled 10 of the very best mixin libraries to help you with your Sass development. They’ll surely be of use to you, so enjoy!

Cssowl

Cssowl

This mixins library comes with support for LESS, SASS/SCSS, and Stylus.

Saffron

Saffron

Saffron is a collection of Sass mixins and helpers that make it simple and easy for you to add CSS3 animations and transitions. Simply add a mixin in your Sass declaration, then set the configuration using variables and mixin paremeters. With it, you’ll have complete control over how your animations and transitions should behave.

Sass CSS3 Mixins

Sass CSS3 Mixins

Sass CSS3 Mixins provide mixins that work across various browsers. Here, you’ll find loads of best-practice mixins like background, border, box, column, font-face, transform, transition, and animation. It’s just the right blend for your styling needs.

Buttons

Buttons

This mixins library helps you create beautifully styled buttons. You’ll get predefined button styles like flat, glow, rounded, 3D, border, pill, circle, and dropdown. For quick use, simply include the button.css into your HTML.

Bourbon

Bourbon

Bourbon is a popular library containing pure Sass mixins that are designed to be simple and easy to use – no configuration needed. These mixins aim to be as vanilla as possible, which means they should be as close to the original CSS syntax as possible. The mixins come with vendor-specific prefixes for all CSS3 properties for support among modern browsers. These prefixes also ensure graceful degradation for older browsers that only come with support for CSS3 prefixed properties. This mixins library uses SCSS syntax.

Breakpoint

Breakpoint

This library makes writing media queries through Sass a breeze. With it, you can create variables and give it a value that defines the min-width or max-width of media queries. Since the variable you’ve created has a meaningful name, you can easily call it for use in Sass.

Sassline

Sassline

Sassline is a Sass mixin that will help you create better typography. It uses rems unit on your font so you can work it in proportionally from the baseline grid. It makes use of precise vertical rhythm based on the baseline grid, and allows you to set a modular-scale for each of your breakpoints so you can get good proportions across all aspects of your site.

Sassmatic

Sassmatic

Do you want to filter your image with stunning effects, using Sass? Then this is the tool for you. Using Sass and Compass, this photo filter library gives your images 14 different filter effects like lomo, cooling, warming, sepia, etc. What’s more, you can create a custom filter by combining several filters available in the library and change the value as you like.

Scut

Scut

Scut is a collection of Sass utilities that will help ease and improve implementations of common style-code patterns.

 

Typesettings

Typesettings

This toolkit for Sass sets the font size in modular scale using em instead of rems or pixels, as well as vertical rhythm and responsive ratio-based headlines. You can also install it with Bower, download the release, or clone the repo.

10 Must-Have Mixin Libraries for Sass Designers0Jennifer Sandra2015-01-16 05:00:24Do you often use Sass in your web development tasks? Then you probably already know how important mixins are.
Whenever you see things that are writte…