Get more with Less using Grunt

In my previous tutorial I explained how you could use Grunt to create a nice and easy build environment. We did stuff like checking our code quality using JSHint, concatenated and minified files, ran our unit tests, … Most of these changes didn’t require any change to our code (except the location of our freshly […]

Making your AngularJS application grunt

A while back I wrote a small application to show you the main components of AngularJS, demonstrating controllers, services, filters and (custom) directives. In this tutorial I’m going to modify that application a bit and integrate GruntJS into it. For those who are wondering what Grunt is, well, it’s the task runner written in JavaScript, […]