A custom app workflow to teach people how to use Grunt.js
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A custom app workflow to teach people how to use Grunt.js

Getting Started


  1. Node.JS
  2. NPM (which comes with Node)
  3. some kind of text editor, I use Sublime Text, feel free to use what you feel most comfortable with :)
  4. git installed on your machine (if you are on Linux or Mac, this should be fairly straightforward, Windows users you should install http://msysgit.github.io/)
  5. (optional) I use a number of aliases in my shell configuration to make working with git easier, feel free to yoink them into yours if you want to: https://gist.github.com/davemo/5329141#file-gitconfig
  6. (optional) git-crawl: I'll be using this to "crawl" through a commit history for the project we are working on, this makes it much easier to move through commits than having to manually stash and checkout
  7. (optional) rowanj's fork of GitX for OSX, is a nice Git GUI client, but totally optional; if you have another Git GUI client feel free to use that. (Windows users, https://code.google.com/p/gitextensions/ looks about equivalent).

Alternatively, if you don't want to work on your own machine and would prefer to use a virtualized environment, you can signup for a free account on Nitrous.io, I tried it out the other day and it should work fine for the things we are going to be working on. This environment will come pre-installed with numbers 1 through 4 in the list above.

Crawling with next, prev aliases

Put these aliases in your path for easy crawling :)

$ cat ~/bin/next 
#!/usr/bin/env bash
git crawl pdc
$ cat ~/bin/prev
#!/usr/bin/env bash
git co HEAD^1