@covingtondoan bc not everyone is cool with preprocessing, which is required for mixins. i think the majority of bootstrap's user base are beginning developers, and for them it's much easier not to consider preprocessing pipelines, the command line, and more complex css semantics
"just add this class to your html" is a very low barrier to entry, which is one of the big reasons that bootstrap took off
same thing with angular, where you don't have to write much actual js, you just add extra properties to your html
this type of thing is good for getting a very small project off the ground quickly, but once you are working on a larger project, shoving everything into html attributes quickly becomes unsustainable and slows you down
Hi @isyara, sorry about that. So the error it's throwing there, it's printing the path to a file and saying it doesn't exist. Does that file actually exist?
@jenius Is there a significant performance difference between using a ton of utility classes vs clean mixins? I keep hearing about using cssstats.com to improve one's CSS. Or is the gain (if any) not really worth it?