The core of Animate.sass, despite being named "dot sass", is written in SCSS. Don't hate.
gem install animate-sass
require 'animate-sass'in Compass's
The usage is simple,
@import animate.sass and have fun. All Animate.css animations are supported.
Usage examples and documentation are in the works, but until then, check out the test project for help. Animate.sass is still in development and is not intended for production UNLESS you know what you are doing. Feedback and contributions are appreciated.
Credits and special thanks
Also thanks to Nick Pettit for his CSS3 animation library Glide.
Also, I want to thank theCSSguru for kickstarting a Sass port of Animate.css. He has a page out there linking to a simple Sass conversion of Animate.css, but I wanted to do a lot more with it for the Sass community. Since it wasn't hosted on GitHub, I took the liberty to start Animate.sass and begin carving it out.
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