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Published on Dec 21, 2015
When we want to offer customizability to the users of our applications, things can get tricky. How do we allow users to customize the look of the user interface while reusing the static CSS we’ve already designed? There is a way, but it is fraught with many dangers. Learn about the power of dynamically generating CSS from Sass files in Rails. Tackle the foes of dynamic content injection, rendering, caching, and background processing. In the end, we will look triumphantly at our ability to reuse our application styles to create customizable interfaces for our end users. by Jeremy Fairbank is a remote web developer in Tennessee. He works for Push Agency with an entirely distributed team that creates amazing designs and software. He has worked on the front end and back end extensively with Angular, Backbone, Marionette, and Ruby on Rails. He blogs at blog.jeremyfairbank.com and has been featured on JSWeekly a few times. Outside of developing, he enjoys being a husband and father as well as playing guitar.