Gulp Series – Part Six : Creating a live reload server

Hi there guys…we have reached the last part of the Gulp series. In this part, we will take forward all the things that we have learned so far and use it to create a live-reload server. A live reload server is one that automatically reloads the webpage once a change is made to JS, CSS or HTML files. This massively speeds up the development process. Let’s see how to get it done.

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Gulp Series – Part Five : Watching files and Handling errors

Hi there guys…hope you’ve been enjoying my series on Gulp..;) continuing we will see how to watch for changes made to a file continuously and also on how to handle errors if they arise during the watch process, ignore them and continue on.

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Gulp Series – Part Four : Compiling and minifying SASS files

Hello guys….we are upto part four in our gulp series….In this part of the series, I’ll teach you guys on how to compile and minify a SASS file. We will also join all of the compiled CSS files into a single minified CSS file and rename it. So let’s get straight to it.

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Gulp Series – Part Three : Validating and minifying a JS file

In the first two parts of the series we saw how to install gulp and also the basics of it. We also created a hello world plugin. Now, we will use what we have learnt so far to create a plugin that reads all the js files, validates them, minifies and then joins them together as one file.
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Gulp Series – Part One : Introduction to Gulp

Hi guys. I just learned Gulp, so thought that putting out a series on showing how to get things done with Gulp will be helpful to you guys out there who do not know it. I will do it as part by part series, where I’ll show you guys on how to get some of the most common tasks done using Gulp.

In this first part, we will see what Gulp is and how to install it. We will also create a sample project, so that we can get a better understanding of how Gulp can be used in a real time project. So, let’s get going.

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Saving Images to app storage in Ionic using ngCordova

Hello there we will see how to save images, taken using the camera or images from the gallery, to the private storage available to a mobile app. We will be using the Camera plugin to allow the user to either take a picture or choose one from the gallery. We will also use the File plugin to save the chosen image to app storage. ngCordova will provide the angular wrapped file plugin functions. So let’s start.

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