Breakpoint SCSS is a really powerful tool while developing websites.
It makes handling media queries easier. However, it is not yet compatible with Libsass.
The main reason why I’ve started working with Libsass is that it is way more faster than
Ruby Sass 3.3+. On my projects, Grunt with Sass 3.4 can take up to 11 seconds to compile,
while Grunt with Libsass takes 1-2 seconds.
The main downside of this switch is that Libsass is not compatible with Breakpoint yet.
As a matter of fact, Libsass is not spec-compliant with Sass 3.2 and it is missing some
features of Sass 3.3+.
So, I’ve started backporting Breakpoint 2.x to Libsass. My aim is to create a simplified
version of Breakpoint sharing the same API, so whenever Libsass implements the features
needed by Breakpoint no code changes are needed.
This current implementation handles only the simplest use case.
To use the above code, have a look at Breakpoint-sass
project page or check out this code: