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A lot of the newer features people are experimenting with in CSS are client-side only, and can't be compiled, predicted, or rendered in advance. Do you foresee the need (or popularity) of client-side re-processors in addition to preprocessors? What new features could client-side re-processed Sass include that aren't possible to support in its current form as a preprocessor today?
Which is the recommended way to use Sass with React? Should I merge my Sass code with the .js code, or should I put my Sass code apart from the .js code? Do you guys know a tutorial, article or something about this? Hampton, please, show me some light about this, you are using React in Rent the Runway, right?
Looking back at the history of CSS & Sass, is there a list of new CSS features that you attribute to direct influence from Sass? For example, jQuery is credited with bringing things like