In the following chapter, you will some of the important basics related to Gulp.
A Build System is known as a collective collection of tasks ( task runners), which are used to repeat the automated repetitive work.
The following is a list of tasks which can be controlled using a build system:
In the present front-end workflow, the build system consists of 3 components,They are:
These are used to automate the installation upgrade,to clean libraries, for the removal of required dependencies, and the packages used in development environment. Some examples of package managers are npm and bower.
These are very useful for the efficient modern workflow and adds an optimized syntax along with some additional features that helps us in compiling in its native language.
Some of the very well known preprocessors are:
Task runners are generally use for the automation of tasks such as SASS to CSS conversion,optimization of images,for the minification of files, and many other tasks which are used in the development of workflow. So,gulp is one of such task runner that works in the modern front-end environment and uses a Node to run.
To start or set up your project in your computer,first create a folder called “setup” for example. The setup folder contains the following files and sub-folders :
SRC – It is the location of pre-processed HTML source files and folders.
BUILD – This is a folder which has been created automatically to contain the production files.
Gulpfile.js – It is a configuration file which can be used for defining our tasks.
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