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Combine Webpack with Gulp 4

Webpack is so hot right now! Webpack is great when it comes to module bundling and working with frameworks like Vue or React, but it is a bit more awkward when handling static assets (like CSS). You might be more used to handling your static assets wit...

Using npm as a Build Tool

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The main purpose being: you're using npm anyway, so using it directly to run scripts removes a dependency (i.e. gulp/grunt/whatever) and brings you a bit closer to the tools you are using directly. I could see this example `package.json` file from Grah...

Organizing Your Grunt Tasks

The idea of breaking up your code into smaller bite sized chunks creates an environment that is easy to work in and maintain. That's often thought of as module design, and is a standard for web development these days. I'm going to show you a way you ca...

Why npm Scripts?

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The following is a guest post by Damon Bauer. There has been a growing sentiment (for instance) that using node packages directly, with the command line interfaces they provide, is a good route to take. As opposed to abstracting the functionality away ...