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grunt-jquery-toolbox

grunt-jquery-toolbox

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Collection of grunt tasks and optional opinionated configuration for development of jquery plugins.

Install

npm install grunt grunt-cli --save-dev
npm install grunt-jquery-toolbox --save-dev

Use

// Gruntfile.js 
module.exports = function(grunt) {
  'use strict';
 
  grunt.initConfig({
    pkg: grunt.file.readJSON('package.json'),
    jqueryToolbox: { /* see config */ }
    /* project specific configuration here */
  });
 
  /* load jquery-toolbox collection
     see Included 3rd party tasks */
  grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-jquery-toolbox');
 
  /* custom tasks and hooks */
  grunt.registerTask('default', ['test']);
  grunt.registerTask('build:after', function() {
    grunt.log.ok('work complete!');
  });
};

Tasks

Depending on the tasks added by addTasks these grunts are available in the project.

#see this list by using 
grunt --help

$ grunt test

Run the tests.

Environment Variables:

  • KARMA_BROWSERS overwrite browsers for unit tests (default: PhantomJs,Chrome,Firefox)
  • KARMA_REPORTERS overwrite reporters for unit tests (default: progress)

Options:

  • --browsers change browsers for current suite(s)
  • --reporters change reporters for current suite(s)
  • --no-coverage disable coverage reports and instrumentation (useful for debugging)
  • --no-jshint disable jshint (useful for debugging)
  • --watch tdd style

$ grunt demo

Serve demo application

Environment Variables:

  • DEMO_PORT change port (default: 8000)
  • LIVERELOAD_PORT change livereload port (default: 35729)

Options:

  • --port change port of current task
  • --livereload-port change livereload port

$ grunt coverage

Serve coverage report, requires grunt test:unit to have been run once.

Environment Variables:

  • COVERAGE_PORT change port (default: 7000)
  • LIVERELOAD_PORT change livereload port (default: 35729)

Options:

  • --port change port
  • --livereload-port change livereload port

$ grunt build[:watch]

Concatenate, annotate and minify JavaScript and less files Optionally watch the src files and rebuild on change

$ grunt release[:level]

Run tests, (if successful) bump version build project, commit changes and push to origin

Default project structure

 ┌ demo/
 │ └ index.html
 ├ dist/
 ├ src/
 │ ├ js/
 │ │ ├ *.js (project related js files)
 │ ├ less/
 │ │ └ *.less (project related less files)
 │ └ partials/
 │   └ *.html (views for directives)
 ├ test/
 │ └ unit/
 │   ├ SpecHelper.js|coffee (test setup stuff)
 │   └ *Spec.js|coffee (unit test files)
 ├ .jshintrc (optional)
 ├ bower.json (optional)
 ├ package.json
 └ Gruntfile.js|coffee

This is customizable via the config

Config

Values are defaults or explanations.

// Gruntfile.js 
module.exports = function(grunt) {
  'use strict';
 
  grunt.initConfig({
    jqueryToolbox: {
        /* specify the preconfigured tasks that
         should be used in the project */
      tasks: [
        'build',
        'coverage',
        'coveralls',
        'demo',
        'release',
        'tdd',
        'test'
      ],
 
      // whether or not the author in package.json should be set to the 
      // contributor with the most commits 
      dynamicAuthor: false,
 
      // customize the demo/test environment files 
      envFilter: function(env) { return env; },
 
      // customize project structure 
      files: {
        src: {
          js: [
            'src/js/helper.module.js'
          ],
          less: [
            'src/less/**/*.less'
          ]
        },
        // additional vendor files for tests and demos that 
        // won't be shipped within dist 
        vendor: {
          js: {
            top: [],
            jqueryPlugins: [],
            bottom: []
          },
          css: [],
        },
        test: {
          unit: [
            'test/unit/SpecHelper.+(js|coffee)',
            'test/unit/**/*Spec.+(js|coffee)'
          ]
        },
        demoEnvFolder: 'demo/',
        distFolder: 'dist/'
      },
 
      // custom path for your jshintrc 
      jshintrc: '.jshintrc',
 
      // how much commits make a maintainer? 
      maintainersThreshold: 15,
 
      // custom middleware for demo server 
      // can also be an array of middleware 
      middleware: {
        demo: function(req, res, next) { next(); }
      },
 
      // banners an wraps for generated dist files (can be paths or strings) 
      template: {
        banner: 'lib/templates/banner.tpl',
        bannerMin: 'lib/templates/bannerMin.tpl',
        wrapTop: 'lib/templates/wrapTop.tpl',
        wrapBottom: 'lib/templates/wrapBottom.tpl'
      }
    }
 
    /* additional configuration ... */
  });
 
  /* rest of gruntfile ... */
};

Custom tasks and hooks

Register custom tasks and or setup before the added tasks run.

// Gruntfile.js 
module.exports = function(grunt) {
  'use strict';
 
  grunt.initConfig({ /* ... */ });
 
  /* initiation of tasks ... */
 
  /* add any custom tasks */
  grunt.registerTask('sayYolo', function() {
    console.log('YOLO!');
  });
 
  /* hook it into tooling tasks ones.
     this will be called before all other release tasks */
  grunt.registerTask('release:before', ['sayYolo']);
};

Hooks

  • test:before
  • test:unit:before
  • test:after
  • test:unit:after
  • tdd:before
  • tdd:unit:before
  • demo:before
  • coverage:before
  • build:before
  • build:after
  • release:before
  • release:after

Included 3rd party tasks

LICENSE

The MIT License

Copyright (c) 2014 Jimdo GmbH http://jimdo.com

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.