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Images are an important part of any website and for some media companies they are the most important part. Sites need to take big images and display them in different sizes throughout the site.

Because of its ability to extend the core platform, Drupal has become a popular CMS/Framework for many large media and publishing companies.

Imagine having done your job a certain way for many years, and then all of a sudden a new way of doing things is introduced. There will certainly be those who embrace change, but there will also be those who fear it. Just look at the public outcry every time Facebook makes a little change to their UI. That isn’t just a technology world thing, that’s a life thing.
In one of my previous posts I wrote about creating a Drupal 8 theme using Ruby's Bundler for Sass and other useful Front End tools. Today I wanted to share my experience in setting up LibSass, Node, Gulp and BrowserSync for a Drupal 8 theming workflow.

In a previous post I showed how to use Drupal 8 RESTful services.

You can apply AJAX to any elements on the page by adding the use-ajax class to that element. Typically we apply this to link elements.


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