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handlebars-helpers-browserify-example

Example using handlebars-helpers in a web browser with browserify.

What is this?

This is a simple example showing how to use browserify to bundle up an app using handlebars-helpers.

The app can be found in src/app.js and is used in src/index.html.

To build the app run the following command:

$ gulp

This will browserify app.js and create a distribution file in _gh_pages/app.js.

Load _gh_pages/index.html in a browser and open up the console to see sample output.

Dev

Use the following command to run a browser-sync server and have live-reloads. Making changes to src files will rebuild and reload the example.

$ gulp dev

Contributing

Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

Building docs

Generate readme and API documentation with verb:

$ npm install verb && npm run docs

Or, if verb is installed globally:

$ verb

Running tests

Install dev dependencies:

$ npm install -d && npm test

Author

Brian Woodward

License

Copyright © 2016, Brian Woodward. Released under the MIT license.


This file was generated by verb, v0.9.0, on May 18, 2016.