Build out a lean, mean Modernizr machine.
JavaScript CSS
Latest commit de590e4 Oct 3, 2016 @pfac pfac committed with patrickkettner Fix link to Modernizr in README (#148)
Why:

* Where it says `Modernizr` the text is in fact linking to `customizr`.

This change addresses the need by:

* Fixing the link to point to Modernizr/Modernizr.

README.md

grunt-modernizr

Build Status

NPM

A Grunt wrapper for Modernizr.

Usage

Install this grunt plugin next to your project's Gruntfile.js:

When you're ready to build, grunt-modernizr will crawl your project for Modernizr test references and save out a minified, uglified, customized version using only the tests you've used in your JavaScript or (S)CSS.

Getting Started

Install this grunt plugin next to your project's grunt.js gruntfile with:

npm install grunt-modernizr --save-dev

Then add this line to your project's Gruntfile.js:

grunt.loadNpmTasks("grunt-modernizr");

Documentation

For Full Features & Configuration? → See Customizr

Run the task with grunt modernizr:dist.

Config Options

Add a modernizr config object to your Gruntfile.js file. The task supports multiple targets:

modernizr: {
  dist: {
    "parseFiles": true,
    "customTests": [],
    "devFile": "/PATH/TO/modernizr-dev.js",
    "dest": "/PATH/TO/modernizr-output.js",
    "tests": [
      // Tests
    ],
    "options": [
      "setClasses"
    ],
    "uglify": true
  }
}

You can also generate the configuration file online via the modernizr build tool. Just configure your build, click the Build button, and download/copy the Grunt Config.

Available Settings

See the customizr repository for valid settings.

License

Copyright (c) 2016 Richard Herrera Licensed under the MIT license.