In this screencast we have CodeKit start watching our project. This makes lots of developer tasks much easier.
The first thing we do is us it to losslessly optimize an image. Easy one click.
Then we install Compass in the project. This gives us the ability to use CSS3 mixins provided by Compass, instead of having to create our own, which we should surely do a worse job.
Perhaps most importantly, Compass (through CodeKit) now watches our project folder and automatically compiles our .scss files into .css that we actually use. As an added bonus, when save our .scss files in our code editor, those new styles are “injected” into the page automatically, which is awesome.
@Chris, no HD on this vid?
Thanx for adding HD… You’re FAST!!!!!!
P.S. Thanx for the new series!! It’s Awesome!!!
Yeah not sure what happened there, had to re-upload it.
Gah… So jealous of CodeKit. Though I have discovered Scout for Windows which is a pretty good piece of software as well : mhs.github.com/scout-app/
There is also compass.app that works on windows, mac, and linux. Super easy to use and works great.
whats the name of the plugin you are using to split the screen?
I noticed you started with another theme and broke it down to start with. Are there any working files where I can just start building my word press site?