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Are you sure you want to delete this reply? This cannot be undone. Cancel TheShiftExchange replied 4 years ago Yeah - it wasnt a good place to put it - I just needed a quick place to 'build' the solution while I worked out the solution.
Now I know it works perfectly I'll refactor it into a class later. And you mean https: The problem I had with that, was that it had to use different.
Cancel TheShiftExchange replied 4 years ago barryvdh said: You can just use HTML:: Yes - much better idea - I just hacked something together, but I'll refactor the code into there.
Yes - sorry - I'll edit my post The problem I had with that, was that it had to use different.
Yes - which is why you combine it with gulp-rename as in my code above so you can rename the manifest to whatever you want - that was the trick that took me a while to work out. In my case I run "back" and "front" gulps, so I do a css.
lambduh-gulp. A handful of gulp commands typical to building AWS Lambda functions. Much of this was inspired/borrowed from Adam Neary's post here.. Usage npm i --save-dev lambduh-gulp. Let's say I want to replace the version number in a bunch of files, many of which live in subdirectories. I will pipe the files through gulp-replace to run the regex-replace function; but I will ultimately want to overwrite all the original files.. The task might look something like this. I'm currently using gulp concat to concatenate every js file in a root/**/js directory, and i want to move them in another folder. I was using the iridis-photo-restoration.come of gulp-rename to ensure that my destination folder would match the /**/ of the source, except that concat seems to overwrite this somehow because iridis-photo-restoration.come doesn't give the proper name (it's replaced by a ".".
Cancel TheShiftExchange replied 4 years ago p. If the filename never changes, it is the same file version! You can also do this with images if you want as well Cancel mcraz replied 4 years ago I am not a very frontend-y dev so I might be wrong.
Isn't an asset pipeline all that you need to do all of this:May 16, · After doing the basic install of Node and Gulp, Unzip the file and the folder will become a working directory for your extensions. Feel free to rename this parent folder to whatever you want — just don't modify the content files.
Gulp is much better at this - it only loads the program once, and re-uses it on file-changes. In our case this gave us a factor of about on local dev-projects, and factor of . Always check to make sure “main” property of a packages iridis-photo-restoration.com file is pointing towards the correct file before assuming there is an issue with your gulp task.
Js-app: Similar to js-vent, this function selects, compiles, and minifies all of your files inside of your “app” folder.
Next, move the directory called SCSS-MOVEME up one directory, and rename it to scss. This directory should now sit side-by-side with the www directory.
Now, run the command npm install from directly inside the myapp folder.