Thank you so much for offering! I’m just trying to keep using SASS rather than regressing to CSS while I use HyperDev.
So basically I’m not sure what I need to install for NodeJS (via the JSON dependencies) to make SASS work and whether I can install a gulpfile.js or not and how that would work. HyperDev in some ways is really foreign to me.
If I can get Sass to work then I can basically go about my business as usual e.g. Codepen like experience, but with the chance to slowly learn more backend stuff with the way you guys opened it up e.g. the JSON file (direct modifications) and the server.js (express file essentially) which is all new to me and so this is actually a super super great opportunity to become more familiar, but until I can use Sass it’s relegated to playing on weekends or evenings when I have time, because I need to be able to somewhat include it into my production workflow and I can’t without Sass. Make sense now? I just thought I’d lay it all down.
Currently I install Gulp.js and Sass (via Gem) and so I’m not familiar with the Sass (different library, different configuration) on Nodejs nor Express, so it’s the big stumbling block to a basic adoptions beyond playing and finding HyperDev to be ‘cool’, but of zero utility.
I think I’ve explained myself a few different ways - just wanted to limit your need to go back and forth with me. Sorry for being excessively wordy in doing it.