Last week we pushed out an important update to our asset bundling pipeline.
Another big feature for CSS bundling is handling @imports. Import directives can be a really convenient way of structuring your stylesheets (especially if you're not using SASS), but traditionally they have been bad for performance. Now we'll inline any imported stylesheets when bundling your CSS – making @import directives a viable option for organizing your CSS.
Apart from this, we've fixed several bugs related to relative paths in referenced assets. So if this has been giving you trouble, check if the rewamped asset pipeline fixed it.« Back to Blog Index