This is Part 4 is my series on using Gulp with Visual Studio. So far we've covered setting up Visual Studio for use with Gulp, processing SASS, and getting the files ready for deployment. Part 1: Setting up Gulp with Visual Studio Part 2: Getting SASSy Part 3: Deployment: minification and concatenation Part 4: Code quality: tests and linting Part 5: Thoughts on Gulp In...
In my previous blog I wrote about how we can use Gulp to compile SASS. This time it's all about how we can use Gulp in Visual Studio to prepare files for a release by minifying and concatenating them. I've put up a project using the standard MVC 5 template for this series of posts here Part 1: Setting up...
Getting SASSy with Gulp in Visual Studio In my previous blog I showed you how to set up Visual Studio for use with Gulp. Now I want to show you how you can use it in everyday development, including processing SASS, running tests, linting your code and getting ready for deployment. In this series of posts I'll talk about how you...
In the last few years a rich set of front end development tools has emerged for building complex web applications. Gulp in particular has taken off in a huge way. However, .NET development is lagging when it comes to adoption of these tools. This is all set to change, especially with the release of ASP.NET 5 where Gulp will become part of the standard...