When Drupal 8 and its innovative architectural changes were first announced several years back, there were a variety of reactions within the community ranging from euphoria and elation to *FUD* and potential abandonment of the platform altogether.
In this article I'll show you how to start using LibSass which is a super fast rendering engine for Sass. If you're coming from a Ruby Sass environment you may be experiencing slow compile times with larger code bases. LibSass gets around these bottlenecks.
I've been doing a lot lately with Grunt and LibSass within my drupal.org contrib theme, Gratis. Yesterday, I updated my Node modules locally. Shortly thereafter, I started getting a nasty Drush error.
In my free time recently, I've been designing and developing a little Drupal 8 site that I'd like to bring online. From the start, I knew I'd need a decent web host with all the fixins' Drush, Git and most of all, PHP 5.4 as that's the minimum required for Drupal 8.