Gobble is the last build tool you'll ever need.
But if you're already using Grunt and want to integrate Gobble, or you want to manage multiple build definitions, you can do so by installing the plugin:
npm install grunt-gobble --save-dev
Once the plugin has been installed, add this to your Gruntfile:
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In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named
gobble to the data object passed into
You can serve your project with the following command:
To build the project, omit the
:serve or replace it with
If you run
grunt gobble without specifying a target, all targets (if there are more than one) will be built.
Usual drill - try to adhere to existing conventions, add tests for any new features. Thanks!