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Old 06-17-2014, 06:15 PM   #1
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LXer: Optimise your web code with Gulp.js

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Explore the many benefits of using the Gulp.js task runner in your web projects to help streamline your workflow and optimise your code. The chances are quite high that during any one web project, you have dealt with or written more than one CSS or JavaScript file. These have network overheads when we end up delivering them to the end user and can cause latency and loading issues if they are too large. They may also not be as well optimised as they could be, perhaps leading to console errors or slow performance in general.



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