Using Browser Sync with Gulp for Live Reloading

Browser Sync is a nice tool to use while developing. It allows your browser to reload live, when changes are made to your files. For instance, assuming we’re watching our CSS file for changes we can have the browser auto refresh/sync when it sees those changes made. In this article, I’ll show you the basics […]

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BEM Methodology Overview and Naming Conventions

BEM or Block Element Modifier is a naming convention used to help organize your code base. In this article, I discuss the uses for with in your CSS projects. For a more detailed look into BEM, feel free to read through the documentation found here. Block So what is a block? Basically a block is […]

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Gulp Watch – Automate Your Gulp Tasks

In this article, we’ll go over how to automate your gulp tasks. If you’re interested in how to configure and use gulp reference this article below. Learn How To Configure and Use Gulp Gulp watch is perfect for when you’re editing project files since it allows you to not have to run the gulp command […]

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Configuring Gulp On A New Project

In this example, we’ll go through configuring gulp for a new project. We’ll be using yarn as the dependency manager. If you are not familiar with yarn, please refer to my tutorial for setting it up. Click Here to Configure The Yarn Dependency Manager Installing Gulp to a New Project Gulp may seem like a […]

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Yarn – Publishing a Package

Publishing a package to the npm repository has never been simpler. With a few steps you can create a package that is redistributable to all of your projects. If you do not have yarn already configured. Click Here For Setup Instructions One thing to note when publishing a package. Once you publish a package at […]

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Yarn – Fast and Secure Dependency Management

Yarn is a super simple dependency management tool which is way faster to use instead of traditional npm. It acts as a drop-in replacement, so you can get started using yarn right away. The best way to install yarn is by using npm. That’s right, you use npm to install yarn, npm’s replacement essentially, how […]

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