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pageres - Capture website screenshots

  •    Javascript

Capture screenshots of websites in various resolutions. A good way to make sure your websites are responsive. It's speedy and generates 100 screenshots from 10 different websites in just over a minute. It can also be used to render SVG images.See pageres-cli for the command-line tool.

pageres-cli - Capture website screenshots

  •    Javascript

Capture screenshots of websites in various resolutions. A good way to make sure your websites are responsive. It's speedy and generates 100 screenshots from 10 different websites in just over a minute. It can also be used to render SVG images.See pageres for the programmatic API and issues tracker.

gulp-load-plugins - Automatically load in gulp plugins

  •    Javascript

Loads gulp plugins from package dependencies and attaches them to an object of your choice. You can then use the plugins just like you would if you'd manually required them, but referring to them as plugins.name(), rather than just name().

css-sprite - css sprite generator

  •    Javascript

A css sprite generator. Generates sprites and proper css files out of a directory of images.




svg-sprite - SVG sprites & stacks galore — A low-level Node

  •    Javascript

It comes with a set of Mustache templates for creating stylesheets in good ol' CSS or one of the major pre-processor formats (Sass, Less and Stylus). Tweaking the templates or even adding your own custom output format is really easy, just as switching on the generation of an HTML example document along with your sprite. For an up-to-date list of browsers supporting SVG in general respectively SVG fragment identifiers in particular (required for <defs> and <symbol> sprites as well as SVG stacks) please refer to caniuse.com.

run-sequence - Run a series of dependent gulp tasks in order

  •    Javascript

Runs a sequence of gulp tasks in the specified order. This function is designed to solve the situation where you have defined run-order, but choose not to or cannot use dependencies. If you are hiring developers, you can support this project and future open source work by checking out our company, Qualified.io.

del - Delete files and directories

  •    Javascript

Similar to rimraf, but with a Promise API and support for multiple files and globbing. It also protects you against deleting the current working directory and above.Support this project and improve your JavaScript skills with this great ES6 course by Wes Bos. Try his free JavaScript 30 course for a taste of what to expect. You might also like his React and Sublime course.


gulp-connect - Gulp plugin to run a webserver (with LiveReload)

  •    CoffeeScript

If the http2 package is installed and you use an https connection to gulp connect then http 2 will be used in preference to http 1.

favicons - Favicons generator for Node.js

  •    Javascript

To use Favicons, require the appropriate module and call it, optionally specifying configuration and callback objects. A sample is shown on the right. The full list of options can be found on GitHub. The Gulp / Grunt wrapper modules have a few extra properties. You can also configure and use Favicons from the terminal with dot syntax.

gulp-clean-css - Minify css with clean-css.

  •    Javascript

This is just a simple gulp plugin, which means it's nothing more than a thin wrapper around clean-css. If it looks like you are having CSS related issues, please contact clean-css. Only create a new issue if it looks like you're having a problem with the plugin itself. See the CleanCSS options.

main-bower-files - Getting all main bower files

  •    Javascript

If first argument is type of String, Array or RegExp it will be used as a filter, otherwise it will be used as options. This will read your bower.json, iterate through your dependencies and returns an array of files defined in the main property of the packages bower.json.

sprity - A image sprite generator

  •    Javascript

A modular image sprite generator. Generates sprites and proper style files out of a directory of images.

vinyl-source-stream - :cyclone: Use conventional text streams at the start of your gulp or vinyl pipelines

  •    Javascript

Use conventional text streams at the start of your gulp or vinyl pipelines, making for nicer interoperability with the existing npm stream ecosystem.Take, for example, browserify. There are the gulp-browserify and gulpify plugins, which you can use in combination with gulp to get browserify working in your build. Unfortunately, these plugins come with additional overhead: an extra GitHub repository, npm module, maintainer, tests, semantics, etc. It's much simpler in this case to use the original module directly where you can, which is what vinyl-source-stream handles for you.

lazypipe - Lazily create a pipeline out of reusable components. Useful for gulp.

  •    Javascript

Lazypipe allows you to create an immutable, lazily-initialized pipeline. It's designed to be used in an environment where you want to reuse partial pipelines, such as with gulp. This module returns a function that can be used to start building a lazypipe. Individual steps are added via the .pipe() method. At any point, a new lazypipe can be built by adding to an existing one, without affecting the previous lazypipe. Lazypipes can even be used as steps within another lazypipe.

gulp-add-src - Add more 'src' files at any point in the pipeline (gulp plugin)

  •    Javascript

Works like gulp.src, but you can put it anywhere in your pipeline and it will append the given files to the pipeline.If you want add SRC to begining of the SRC array, you can use addsrc.prepend. Or if you want to add SRC to end of the SRC array, you can use addsrc.append. Respectively instead of addsrc.

vinyl-file - Create a Vinyl file from an actual file

  •    Javascript

Returns a promise for a Vinyl file.Create a Vinyl file synchronously and return it.

rev-del - :haircut: Delete old fingerprinted files

  •    Javascript

Delete old, unused fingerprinted files from a revision manifest generated by a module such as gulp-rev. The manifests can be either objects or paths to files. oldManifest defaults to "rev-manifest.json" (which is the default output for gulp-rev), and newManifest has no default; it's assumed that you've got it in memory, so it's more efficient to pass it in as an object.