This video shows how to install gulp on both our machine, and our specific project.
Now we get to the fun stuff, showing how we can incorporate Babel into our Gulp automation.
This video talks about how dependencies between tasks are managed in Gulp 4.
To understand how gulp works, we must dive into Node streams.
Streams and push down objects as well as strings - and this video talks about the kinds of streams Gulp uses.
Gulp uses a file wrapped called “vinyl-fs”. In this video, we explore it.
Gulp can do a lot of things ,but there’s a handful of things people often use gulp for. This video talks about common things we may want to do.
So far we’ve been working with development builds - suitable for working with while in development, not so suitable for deploying to production. This video talks about how we can fix that.
One of Gulp’s best features is its ability to watch files for changes, and perform a task when that happens. This video goes over that feature.
It’s not needed all of the time, but sometimes it’s handy to organize your gulpfile in certain ways if it grows too large.
While hopefully not necessary, I’ve provided a “downgrade” guide for people who for some reason are stuck on the older version.
And that’s gulp!