- CSS: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a scripting language. CSS is used to create web pages.
- SCSS: Syntactically Awesome Style Sheet is the superset of CSS. SCSS is a more sophisticated variant of CSS. Hampton Catlin designed SCSS, which was developed by Chris Eppstein and Natalie Weizenbaum. Because of its extensive features, it is commonly referred to as Sassy CSS. SCSS files have the .scss extension.
SCSS provides all of the functionality of CSS as well as additional features not found in CSS, making it an excellent choice for developers to use. It is packed with powerful features and has variables, which allow you to shorten your code. It has a significant benefit over traditional CSS.