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  1. A BrowserSync Primer

    BrowserSync is a browser testing tool, similar to LiveReload. It also synchronizes across browsers and is going to provide HTML injection in the very near future, …

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    5 minute read
  2. Building High-Quality Front-End Modules

    Lately I’ve been developing front-end modules solely based on Browserify, the latest being rome. Rome is a calendar component that has an extensive feature-set. …

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    17 minute read
  3. Choose: Grunt, Gulp, or npm?

    Deciding on a technology is always hard. You don’t want to make commitments you won’t be able to back out of, but eventually you’ll have to make a …

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    17 minute read
  4. Modularizing Your Front-End

    In the past I’ve wrote about a small alternative to async, named contra, which is barely over 2kb, and has the browser at its heart. It comes with the usual …

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    14 minute read
  5. My First Gulp Adventure

    I decided to take a gulp of Gulp and use it in one of my latest projects, to help me with releases. I wrote a Gulpfile, which lets me write some code to define the tasks …

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    19 minute read
  6. Gulp, Grunt, Whatever

    Gulp is a recently spawned streaming build system which shows a lot of promise. It brings a really terse code-base to the table, which you can actually walk through in …

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    13 minute read