Web Project Workflows with Gulp.js, Git, and Browserify
- Next steps
- Why workflow management?
- Processing tasks with gulp-coffee
- Importing libraries with Browserify
- Processing Sass and Compass
- Issuing tasks in sequence
- Watching changes to files
- Adding static reloads
- Setting up environment variables
- Minifying HTML
- Compressing images
Hey there. This is Ray Villalobos. I'm a staff author at lynda.com and I want to welcome you to web project workflows with Gulp.js, Git, and Browserify. In this course, I'm going to show you how to generate a work flow that will make it easier to build website with process languages like Sass, Compass and CopyScript. I'll also help you automate the process of creating versions of your sites that are optimized for development as well as production environments. I'll also show you how to track your project locally with Git.
And how to push and share your work with others on GitHub. We'll use how to use Browserify to automatically include libraries like jQuery and Mustache.js. I'll also show you how to create different setups so the code is easy to read while you're in development and as compressed as possible when you're ready to push things to a server. Once you set this set up, you'll be able to use the same files and processes with all your projects. Now, there's a lot to learn but that's why you're here. So let's get started with web project work flows with Gulp.js, Git, and Browserify.
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