Improving the Yeoman Generator Gulp Angular

The Yeoman generator generator-gulp-angular is a great tool for building AngularJS and in my opinion is much better than the official Yeoman generator for AngularJS (generator-angular), because it uses Gulp and not Grunt as the task runner, it has a component-like folder structure for the code instead of the “drawer” style, it uses libsass instead of compass (ruby), it supports Typescript and has a lot of options for configuration.

But there is a thing that I don’t like: how it handles bootstrap-sass. Continue reading Improving the Yeoman Generator Gulp Angular

Working with Sass, Bootstrap and Gulp

For frontend developers, the days when you manually linked css files to your index.html are over. Modern workflows needs some compilation steps before having a css file that can be use in development or production. Most notably, sass has become the most important language that extends css functionalities, while gulp has won the battle on the building tools front. Continue reading Working with Sass, Bootstrap and Gulp