Build a Responsive Grid System in LESS with Recursive Mixins
Ever wanted to build your own responsive grid system? It’s easier than you think. LESS has a feature known as recursive mixins, which can generate code that we’d otherwise have to type by hand. A recursive mixin acts as a loop, executing a snippet of CSS until a stopping point is reached.
In this video tutorial, we will cover the fundamentals of recursive mixins. We’ll start by building a simple example and then go into something a bit more complicated. There’s a bit of math involved here to create a responsive grid system, but again … it’s easier than you might imagine.
There’s even a GitHub repo to accompany the video!
Responsive Grid with Recursive Mixins
What you will learn in this tutorial: How to build a responsive grid system in LESS using recursive mixins, which keeps you from having to generate code that is typed by hand, and simplify your LESS code.
Video run time: 9 minutes