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statamic-asset-manifest

Addon for Statamic: searches occurences of files and replaces them as listed in the manifest

Heavily inspired by https://github.com/edcs/laravel-mix-statamic.

Installation

with git

Run this command in the root of your theme:

git submodule add git@github.com:mmintel/statamic-asset-manifest.git site/addons/AssetManifest

without git

Download the addon and place it in your Statamic folder under site/addons/AssetManifest.

Usage

Just place an asset-manifest.json in your theme and reference your assets via {{ asset_manifest:js }} or {{ asset_manifest:css }} and this addon will replace them with the associated files of your manifest.

A manifest file looks like that:

{
  "/css/default.css":"/css/default-9c1d17762e887e413460d516954c2406.css",
  "/js/default.js":"/js/default-2706e5c549bb2e6acd588e27880516cd.js"
}

This addon will not generate this manifest for you, it will just replace your assets. To generate this file you should use a build tool like Gulp, Grunt, Webpack, NPM scripts or whatever.

If no manifest file was found it will simply load the files without hashes.

Importing specific files

The asset_manifest tag works exactly like the theme tag. So e.g. {{ asset_manifest:css }} will import /css/default.css and {{ asset_manifest:css src="test" }} will import /css/test.css.

This addon will not generate this manifest for you, it will just replace your assets. To generate this file you should use a build tool like Gulp, Grunt, Webpack, NPM scripts or whatever.

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