# SassEx

Sass compiler for Elixir that uses the newer [Dart Sass](

## Installation

The package is [available in Hex]( and can be installed
by adding `sass_ex` to your list of dependencies in `mix.exs`:

def deps do
    {:sass_ex, "~> 0.1"}

Documentation can be found at [](

## Basic Usage

iex> SassEx.compile(".example { color: red; }")
{:ok, %SassEx.Response{css: ".example {\n  color: red;\n}", source_map: ""}}

## Custom importers

SassEx was built with the ability to have custom importers from the start.  Custom importers
allow you to load `@import`ed files from places other than the file system.  By default, the
standard importer loads from the current directory, but this can be changed to either a different
path or a custom loader that loads from something like a database.

See the `SassEx.Importer` documentation for more details at

## Technical details

SassEx uses [Dart Sass]( under the hood.  A copy of Dart Sass
is run at startup inside an [Elixir/Erlang Port](

See [dart-sass-embedded]( for more details.