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In order to enable lazy loading for an image, use the following syntax:

<img class="lazyload" src="{staticRoot}images/tiny-transparent.gif" data-src="path/to/image">

lazysizes.js will swap out the transparent gif for the real image as the user scrolls down the page.


Pre Setup

  1. Homebrew - Check to see if it's installed by running brew -h in your terminal
  2. NVM - Install by running brew install nvm in your terminal.
  3. Run touch ~/.bash_profile, then open ~/.bash_profile. This will create and open a file that allows your terminal to be set up. If you know you are running a different terminal, open that terminal's profile file (for instance, ZSH's file is ~/.zshrc).
  4. Add the following to your ~/.bash_profile file: export NVM_DIR=~/.nvm source $(brew --prefix nvm)/, each on separate lines. Save the file, close your terminal, and restart it.
  5. Node.js - Install by running nvm install v0.12 in your terminal.
  6. Add nvm use v0.12 on a new line to the same file you edited in Step 3. Save, close, and re-open your terminal
  7. Follow the instructions here to login to our private npm registry. You only need to complete the Login with SAML step, but Set up your ~/.profile is required for it to work as written. Where the instructions talk about ~/.profile, you can use ~/.bash_profile as in steps 3 & 4.


npm install


Running your project for development is a single command:


Testing minified CSS & JS in CI builds

Run gulp ci-build and then kill it when it starts the docker task

OR you just export CI=true and then gulp build




npm i wa_postregistration

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