All kinds of ideas and guides on modern development tools. Every time I manage to particular problems, I like to share it here in case it can help other. Sometimes I sometime also share stuff and setup guide so I can find it later if I need it.

Up until recently, I've been using Atom as my de facto editor. I started using Atom about five years ago when I became aware of Composer, PSR and such and needed a real PHP editor to replace Coda 2. But a critical package update changed things up, and I actually moved to VSCode. Every developer has his favourite editor, and switching environment is usually a big step. So what made me change?

I haven't used scss in a while, and of course, when you don't touch something in a while, it won't work anymore. That was the case with node-sass, used to compile .scss file. Here's my notes on how to reinstall node-sass globally on MacOS, including the necessary Atom package, in case it could be useful to someone else.

For a while now, I've been using the great Serenata package alongside Atom as a PHP IDE.