|The basis Of Comparison Between SASS vs SCSS
||It is called Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets.
||It is called Sassy Cascaded Style Sheets.
||It is used when original syntax is required for the development.
||It is used when there is no requirement or criteria about the code syntax used.
||It can be integrated along with any kind of project as it supports all the versions of CSS.
||It can also be integrated with any package or project as it is the superset to CSS which contains all CSS features.
||It supports any operating systems or platforms.
||It supports cross-platform operating systems.
||The syntax constraints are very less and can be written simply.
||It has more constraints like semicolon etc.
||It has a greater community of designers and developers.
||It has a smaller community and very less individual contributors to support.
||It was licensed and modified under MIT license.
||It was also licensed under MIT.
||It has fewer constraints in terms of rules.
||It is more expressive and more syntax oriented.
||It provides documentation using SassDoc.
||It allows good inline documentation in the code itself.