Simple asset compilation middleware for Connect and Express.
Note: This module are still in flux. If you plan on using this right now it might be wise to include the exact version number, as some parts of the API might change.
To install Igneous, just use npm:
npm install igneous
Igneous uses a simple configuration method to define groups of assets—called "flows"—along with some pre/post-processing options:
var igneous = ;var igneous_middleware =
After the middleware is configured, it just needs to be used:
var express = ;express;
These templates will be made available on the
jst_namespace, with each template being associated with the string used for its path. For example, to access the template 'test1.jst' from above:
templates'test1' test: 'My radical template data' ;
For more usage details, take a look at the examples directory!
Igneous can be configured to run in a variety of ways. Some options, such as
root, are set globally, while other options, such as
route are set per flow. Other options, like
minify, may be set globally and overriden on a per-flow basis.
- root - (string) - The root directory to check for assets.
- minify (boolean) - Minify the assets after compilation. Defaults to
- watch (boolean) - Watch the flow paths for changes. Defaults to
- encoding (string) - The file encoding to be used for each flow. Defaults to
- flows (array) - An array of flow configuration objects.
- route (regex/string) - The route to use for this generated file.
- type (string - "js", "css", "jst") - The type of files included in this flow.
- extensions (array - ['js','coffee','cs']) - An array of strings that represent file extensions to look for. Extensions appropriate for the type are automatically added ( ex:
['css', 'less', 'sass', 'scss']for a type of
- minify (boolean) - Minify the assets after compilation. Overrides the global
- watch (boolean) - Watch the flow paths for changes. Overrides the global
- encoding (string) - The file encoding to be used for this flow. Overrides the global
- jst_namespace (string) - The variable name to make the compiled templates available on. Defaults to
- paths (array) - An array of strings representing the paths to include in this flow. These paths can be files or folders. If a folder is specified, Igneous will walk through the folder and include every file found within, including subfolders.
You can run Igenous' tests with the command
npm test. These tests require Mocha to run.
In no specific order:
- Automatic Amazon S3 deployment
- Custom pre/post-processors
- Custom store strategies
- Additional test coverage
- Additional JST options
Copyright © 2012 Timothy Kempf
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