A new introductory video for the aforementioned Yeoman.
Solid kickstart for those starting with Grunt. The name could’ve been chosen a tad better though (it’s no shell, it’s a boilerplate).
grunticon takes a folder of SVG files (typically, icons that you’ve drawn in an application like Adobe Illustrator), and outputs them to CSS in 3 formats: svg data urls, png data urls, and a third fallback CSS file with references to regular png images, which are also automatically generated and placed in a folder.
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-grunticon'); to your
Gruntfile.js gruntfile along with a few config params and you’re good to go.
Git clone the jQuery repository from
npm install it, and build using
Possible modules (in jQuery 1.8) to exclude are