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Marionette, Require, and Gulp.js Boilerplate

Example Example

Example Example

#Description A Lightweight boilerplate originally project based off Marionette-Require-Boilerplate, with Gulp.js integration instead of Grunt.js.

#Getting Started

  1. Download and install Node.js
  2. Clone this repository
  3. On the command line, type npm install nodemon -g to install the nodemon library globally. If it complains about user permissions type sudo npm install nodemon -g.
  4. Install Gulp.js globally if you have not already. To install Gulp.js global type npm install -g gulp in the command line.
  5. Navigate to inside of the Backbone-Require-Boilerplate folder and type npm install to install the other npm modules.
  6. Install Bower in command line by typing npm install -g bower.
  7. Run Bower to install in command line with bower install.
  8. Next, type nodemon (this will start your Node.js web server and restart the server any time you make a file change thanks to the wonderful nodemon library)
  9. To view the demo page, go to http://localhost:8001

#TODO

  • Automate asset paths with Gulp

##Change Log

0.0.45 - May 19, 2015

  • Updated bower dependencies
  • Updated npm dependencies

0.0.4 - February 19, 2015

  • Removed deprecated MarionetteJS Logic
    • Removed Application Regions (now a LayoutView)
    • Removed Application addInitializer calls
  • Housekeeping on LICENSE

0.0.3 - February 18, 2015

  • Updated bower dependencies
    • Officially dropped jQuery v1
  • Added H5BP v5.0.0

0.0.2 - July 24, 2014

  • Updated bower dependencies (move libraries to UMD format when available)
  • Added Uglifyjs to Gulp builds (not included in Gulp-RJS)
  • Moved images into 'img-src', 'img' now used for builds

0.0.1 - April 7, 2014

Initial commit.

##Contributors Jason Roeckle

License

Copyright (c) 2013 Jason Roeckle
Licensed under the MIT license.