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|Section 1: Install and set up|
|Section 2: Working with GRUNT|
This video describes how to add parameters to your Grunt tasks and how to configure a default task
In this lesson we'll learn how to write configuration for tasks and then use it from within the task
In this lesson we'll learn how to load tasks from NPM and configure them
You will learn how to assemble a simple grunt build with a help of three standard tasks: jasmine (for running unit tests), jshint (for code analysis) and watch (for monitoring filesystem updates)
What is a multitask and how to configure a task that supports multiple independent targets or configurations
Juriy Bura is one of our JS instructors and experienced developer. He has a great experience in teaching, wrote a book also.
JS Knights has its headquarter in Sunny Isles Beach, FL and own outsourcing center in Ukraine with best professional developers, who participate in creation of educational courses. Our own educational center in Kiev, Ukraine supplies a lot of smart graduates who work as developers and teachers also.
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I think that making games is at least as much fun as playing them. And for sure gamedev takes the first position in my personal “happiness per line of code” chart. If you never tried to write your own game before – just do it and believe me you will open a whole new world.
I wrote a book about gamedev, “Pro Android Web Game Apps” that was published by Apress in late 2012. It is not really limited to Android, it is more about HTML5 gamedev with mobile focus.
My other passion is teaching. There's nothing more rewarding than somebody saying "now I understand how it really works". Taking a concept that looks hard and breaking it down to a harmonic system of simple parts is a challenge. You can only do it if you perfectly understand it yourself. The second challenge is to present those concepts right: with code, words, diagrams or whatever makes learners grasp that ideas.