Build tools are this thing that you use to make your workflow easier. Sometimes they work for you, sometimes they don’t. They’re all pretty awesome and have their pro’s and con’s, but just like when you are picking out which member of the opposite sex to hit on at a bar — you’re either better off lowering your standards OR you can just try what seems to work for you. Do you want to handcraft your build script or do you just want to chuck together a configuration file together? Do you want to write it in Ruby, PhP or JavaScript?

Some are faster.

Some have loads of plugins.

Some are Ant.

If you’re doing automation, you’re already doing something right. It’s not about how you do it.

Now, where were we on that Responsive Images debate??

Up the bum, no babies

Fear and Coding

Thoughts, Rants and Discussions about Code

    Shaun D

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    Shaun D

    💻 Freelance creative tech. 🚀 Rocket Man.🥋BJJ White Belt Noob.

    Fear and Coding

    Thoughts, Rants and Discussions about Code

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