Zume-Pizza and npm code

Turns out there is a Pizza delivery service named Zume. However I came across Zume as a software package, because I was intrigued when I saw it in some code the other day. As an npm package, Zume is, “An opinionated static-site generator with gulp”. Created by oscarotero, who also created the jquery cheat-sheet, which is where I saw the code. And so far I haven’t been able to find any tutorials about it. Dang, so maybe its a 1-off. Yeap, the guy has created 38+ packages on NPM website.

I was originally digging into this because I want to really learn jQuery, or better than I do.  So here is a link to his GitHub repo on the jQuery cheat-sheet. And then I took a quick peak at his over-all GitHub, and he writes a lot of code, 1,737 commits this past year. But he takes his 2 days a week off during the week. Much like I do.

 

Grunt Gulp Whats Next?

Grunt Gulp Whats Next
Grunt Gulp Whats Next?

Grunt Gulp Whats Next? I think NPM and Webpack are both viable, but so are Grunt & Gulp.  I think G&G are going to be around for some time and work learning both. Why? Because certain tools generate ether G based on who built that toolset. So just use it as is, unless you want to convert Grunt to Gulp. But I think why not just use Grunt if your project was originally scaled out in Grunt. Makes me more well rounded.

http://webpack.github.io/docs/

Funny as heck, this guys site and style is like mine….

grunt2gulp: a tool for converting Grunt task-runner files to Gulp.js

http://jaysoo.ca/2014/01/27/gruntjs-vs-gulpjs/

https://ponyfoo.com/articles/gulp-grunt-whatever

Grunt Gulp Whats Next?

So how do I set up my “perfect” gulp project?

Why did Bootstrap, which moved to SASS, stay with Grunt?