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Angular Automation: Gulp Watch

Angular Automation: Gulp Watch

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In this lesson, we are going to learn how to use `gulp.watch` to detect local file changes and execute additional Gulp tasks. To illustrate this concept, we are also going to hook up `gulp-jshint` to automation lint our JavaScript as we make changes to our code.
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egghead.io

In this lesson, we are going to learn how to use gulp.watch to detect local file changes and execute additional Gulp tasks. To illustrate this concept, we are also going to hook up gulp-jshint to automation lint our JavaScript as we make changes to our code.

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Ben Franzoso

wheres the rest of the coarse???

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Steve

Just in case someone else experiences the same difficulty that I did; specifically an "UNMET PEER DEPENDENCY jshint@2.x".

from the Node.js command prompt I installed with the following...
npm install jshint gulp-jshint --save-dev

as described in https://www.npmjs.com/package/gulp-jshint and this seems to have addressed the problem.

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Paul

Hey Lukas, It would have been great to have had an uglify task included in this tutorial. That said, with what you've gone through, I'm hopeful I can put something together myself. Thx Paul

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wjen

Solved my issue thanks!

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pablo

I also expected more... as the title suggests, something more including Angular.

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HEY, QUICK QUESTION!
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Why are we asking?