My Frontend Build Process

I’ve been a developer for some time now with a focus on the frontend. For a majority of the projects I’ve worked on, the initial “base” setup is always the same:

  1. NPM to handle my dependencies
  2. Gulp to automate repetitive tasks (linting, optimizing, transpiling, etc.)
  3. Sass to preprocess CSS
  4. Component & Modular based CSS and JS folder structure

And most importantly… sticking to established standards. My two biggest compliant’s were creating this same “base” setup for every new project and new developer ramp-up time. Both of which would eat into actual development time costing the client more money in the end. My solution was Frontend Build and with it, I’ve saved on average 3 – 8 hours depending on the project! Continue reading “My Frontend Build Process”