node sass version react

  1. Install Node.js: Node.js is a JavaScript runtime that allows you to execute JavaScript code outside of a web browser. To install Node.js, you can visit the official Node.js website and download the appropriate installer for your operating system.

  2. Install node-sass: node-sass is a library that allows you to compile Sass files into CSS. To install node-sass, you can use the Node Package Manager (npm) by running the following command in your terminal:

npm install node-sass

This will download and install the node-sass package from the npm registry.

  1. Configure node-sass in your React project: To use node-sass in your React project, you need to configure it in your project's build system. The most common way to do this is through the webpack configuration file. You can open your webpack.config.js file and add the following code:
module.exports = {
  // ...other webpack configuration options...
  module: {
    rules: [
        test: /\.scss$/,
        use: [

This configuration tells webpack to handle .scss files by first using the sass-loader to compile Sass into CSS, then using the css-loader to handle CSS imports, and finally using the style-loader to inject the CSS into the DOM.

  1. Use node-sass in your React components: Once you have configured node-sass in your project, you can start using it in your React components. To do this, you can create a new .scss file and import it in your component:
import React from 'react';
import './MyComponent.scss';

const MyComponent = () => {
  return (
    <div className="my-component">
      {/ ... /}

export default MyComponent;

In the above example, we import the MyComponent.scss file, which will be compiled by node-sass into CSS and injected into the DOM when the component is rendered.

That's it! You have successfully installed and configured node-sass in your React project. You can now use Sass to style your components and take advantage of its features like variables, mixins, and nesting.