Learn how to squeeze the most out of your Gruntfile, by splitting it across multiple files, autoloading, concurrent tasks and smart notifications.
I know Gulp is taking the world by storm but I’m still use Grunt every day and this is a great article with tips on speeding up your Grunt builds. One thing I haven’t done is split my file into multiple. Right now my main Gruntfile.coffee is 220 lines and it’s a little unwieldy going in and making adjustments.
From the little I’ve tried Gulp I’m still partial to Grunt. I guess it’s because I’m more comfortable and have been using it so long it all makes sense. I feel like Grunt will be making adjustments to get a lot of the same features as Gulp so I’m giving it some time before I jump ship.
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