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Turn that "Grunt" upside down!

Turn that "Grunt" upside down! | logstash | Scoop.it

Grunt is a build tool for JavaScript projects. It automate all the annoying tasks so you don't have to think about them. a few common examples are linting, assets minification, compiling stuff (coffeescript, stylus, etc) and running your tests on code change. 
It's open source and available on github. This is Grunt's website.

In this blog post I want to show you how to install it and how to automate a few common tasks. 
Hopefully it will convince you to drop everything you are doing and you'll find yourself adding grunt to your current project.

JavaScript is a wild language. you can twist and bend it to your needs but you can easily shoot yourself in the foot. 
Javascript Lint is a tool that checks for common mistake in your codebase. it will be nice to use lint and get errors from all the Javascript files in my project. In addition for lintinting, I want to concatenate the JavaScript files into a single file, and minimize that file.

* Installing Grunt
* Lint, concatenate and minimize our JavaScript files
* Compiling stylus files into css
* Minimize css files
* Watch for file changes and do stuff
* Summary

 

 


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Simple logstash implmentation in nodejs : file log collection, sent with zeromq

Simple logstash implmentation in nodejs : file log collection, sent with zeromq | logstash | Scoop.it

node-logstash is a tool to collect logs on servers. It allow to send its to a central server and to elastic search for indexing.

In top of elastic search, you can use a specialized interface like kibana to dive into your logs.


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Introduction to Map and Reduce in Javascript | 49buzz

Some Javascript coding friends didn't understand just how wonderful reduce is. This post is for them. :)

 

Recently I held a short lecture on the use of functions in Javascript, and how it’s possible to use functionality like map, reduce, filter and Javascript’s amazing variable context. I prefer to useunderscore.js so that I can use the wonderful functionality even on old browsers.


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