Learn Gulp, The Streaming Build System
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- Explain what Gulp is and what it should be used for
- Install Gulp and Install Gulp Plugins on their workstation
- Seek out and install new Gulp plugins as required
- Use Gulp from the Command Line
- Write a custom Gulpfile for whatever task is required
- Automate a whole project using a personally created Gulpfile
Gulp is the new, exciting task runner that can make your workflows much faster and easier.
In this video, we'll explore why learning Gulp is right for you.
This course attempts to teach the student everything they need to use the Gulp tool.
This brief lecture will take a step-by-step overview of the materials we'll be covering.
Gulp describes itself as "The Streaming Build System." Basically, it's a way of doing automatically the tasks that you would have to do yourself again and again.
In this tutorial, we'll find out what Gulp is and have a look at their website.
From time to time, you'll have need of a Gulp plugin that does something you've never needed before. To find new Gulp plugins, you have to know the right steps.
In this workshop, we'll go through the process of finding Gulp plugins for various purposes, including compiling CoffeeScript.
Gulp is a simple Node application that can be run on Windows, Mac or Linux.
In this Workshop, we will install Gulp on our computer and also look at the procedure for installing Gulp plugins.
After completing this tutorial, students will be able to run Gulp on their workstation.
Building small composable tasks, and running them one after another, is at the heart of Gulp and the key to building a good Gulpfile.
In this tutorial, we'll have a look at what running tasks in series is all about. Then we'll try our hand at an in-depth workshop where we used the plugins for concat and uglify to learn running Gulp tasks in series.
One of the coolest features of Gulp is the ability to run tasks automatically by watching files. This saves lots of time, plus it reduces bugs caused by human error.
In this tutorial, we'll have a look at running gulp tasks automatically, then try it out in a hands-on demo where we use Gulp Watch to automatically update our CSS.
In this workshop, we'll build a serious Gulpfile for a fairly complex application.
To code along, be sure to download the project files. We'll be building the Gulpfile, not the app itself.
In this tutorial, we'll be using many aspects of Gulp including running tasks in series, live reloading and automatic updates.
We'll also use a number of excellent Gulp plugins including gulp-uglify, gulp-concat, gulp-less, browser-sync and more.
- Students will need a PC or Mac with Node.js installed to code along in the hands-on demos, but nothing is required to watch
This comprehensive course covers everything a developer needs to know to effectively use Gulp in day-to-day situations and in the workplace.
We will cover all main Gulp topics in this series, including what Gulp is, Installation, Plugins and automating a project using a Gulpfile.
You will learn:
• How to install Gulp on your Mac or PC
• How to run Gulp from the command line and use the Gulp command-line arguments
• How Gulp works and when you should use it
• About various essential Gulp plugins including gulp-less, gulp-concat and gulp-uglify
• How to run Gulp tasks in sequence
• How to run Gulp tasks automatically when certain files are updated
• How to write a fully-fledged Gulpfile to manage a complex project
Gulp is a very powerful and easy-to-use tool. By taking this tutorial series, you will be able to use Gulp in all your day-to-day projects. You will understand how to write a Gulpfile, what plugins to download, and how to configure them using the Gulp API.
- This course is ideal for someone who already knows Grunt, Make, Rake, etc
- Perfect for anyone working on large Web development projects, especially those using Gulp