What’s the point?
Here comes SassyLists with about twenty functions to make it simple as a pie to deal with your Sass lists. Try it!
Update 2016-04: I recommend moving to Sassdash.
How does it work?
SassyLists is pure Sass. No magic Ruby behind it or anything. All functions are built with Sass. Thus, some functions can be a little slow depending on what you're doing with it.
In any case, feel free to have a sneak peek at the code and improve it!
How to use it?
gem install SassyLists
- Sass ~> 3.3