In this lesson you will install GruntJS and get up and running with your first task, initial configuration, and how to get Grunt methods auto-completing in WebStorm.
In this lesson John will show you how to get started with grunt-contrib-watch. Watch is an essential component of any Grunt build, and you will find yourself using it in almost every project.
GruntJS allows you to use underscore/erb style templates to reduce repetition and create variables. This is commonly used to point at build folders and files within your application's structure.
In this lesson John will show you how to create a simple external config file for your GruntJS build.
Grunt Multitask allows you to write complex tasks that run multiple targets. In this lesson, John will show you how to use Multitask in your GruntJS builds.
Introduction to Grunt for Angular
Task automation is critical for any AngularJS single-page application. Grunt gets the job done.
Development Automation Tasks with Grunt
With Grunt you can automate core tasks for your AngularJS project. In this lesson we will take a look at converting Stylus files to CSS, and add a watch task to convert those files automatically whenever a change is detected.
Minifying your output with grunt-uglify
Cleaning your build folder with grunt-contrib-clean
Grunt will clean up your build with the grunt-contrib-clean to make sure that no artifacts from previous builds are hanging around.