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Web Surgery - Ep.2 - using gulp pipeline for the css build

cheukting_ho profile image Cheuk Ting Ho twitter logo github logo ・1 min read

We continue to work on my website. Introducing Gulp.js, to speed up the Jekyll build by using Gulp to lint and prebuild the css (as well as the js scripts). Gulp will watch and automatically build a minified version of the css and js scripts when there are changes in the source files.

(p.s. sorry for the abrupt end, the internet got cut off almost at the end of the streaming and you have not missed anything important really)

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