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shelljs - :shell: Portable Unix shell commands for Node.js

  •    Javascript

If you have feedback, suggestions, or need help, feel free to post in our issue tracker.Upgrading from an older version? Check out our breaking changes page to see what changes to watch out for while upgrading.

grunt - Grunt: The JavaScript Task Runner

  •    Javascript

Visit the gruntjs.com website for all the things. Before you make an issue, please read our Contributing guide.

gulp - The streaming build system

  •    Javascript

This file will give you a taste of what gulp does. Node already supports a lot of ES2015, to avoid compatibility problem we suggest to install Babel and rename your gulpfile.js as gulpfile.babel.js.

pulp - A build tool for PureScript projects

  •    PureScript

A build tool for PureScript. This installs the PureScript compiler, the Pulp build tool, and the Bower package manager.




gulp-cli - CLI for gulp

  •    Javascript

The task(s) listed on the command line will be executed. If more than one task is listed, Gulp will execute all of them concurrently, that is, as if they had all been listed as dependencies of a single task. Just running gulp will execute the task default. If there is no default task, gulp will error.

rivet - Efficient build tool utilizing JavaScript and Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Efficient build tool utilizing JavaScript and Node.js.

ygor - Task toolkit. For when `npm run` isn't enough and everything else is too much.

  •    Javascript

For when npm run isn't enough and everything else is too much.Ygor is a no-frills toolkit consisting of a task runner and a file transformer. Enjoy as a whole or a la carte. Built on promises, Ygor works wonderfully with async and await in Node.js 8 and above.


bin-build - Easily build binaries

  •    Javascript

Path to a directory containing the source code.Commands to run when building.

ensure-error - Ensures a value is a valid error by making it one if not

  •    Javascript

Pass it any value and you're are guaranteed to get back an Error with name, message, and stack properties.Can be useful when you don't control all the places an error can be thrown or rejected. A user could for example throw a string or an error without a stack property.

add-module-exports-webpack-plugin - Add `module.exports` for Babel and TypeScript compiled code

  •    Javascript

When you use ES2015 modules with Babel or have a default export in TypeScript, they generate code which requires you to import it with require('x').default in CommonJS instead of require('x'). This plugin enables the latter.

square - The last build system you would ever want to use

  •    Javascript

The purpose of square is to provide you with building blocks to create an advanced and maintainable build system so you can streamline your development process and be more productive on a daily basis. In addition to having Node 0.8 installed on your system it might also require sudo privileges for installing the square binary in your /usr/bin directory. I assume that you also have NPM (Node Package Manager) installed together with your Node.js installation. If not, install it as well. It is bundled in the recent node.js version.

scaffolding-front-end - Front-end scaffolding for static projects

  •    Shell

Starting a new static project? Save time using this marvelous scaffolding! It uses make as task runner and it's ready for above and below the fold styles. Voilà! You're ready to start hacking.

nabs - Not Another Build System

  •    Javascript

nabs is a compiler that turns a nicely structured YAML file into script entries in your package.json. npm is a great minimal task runner that's already installed along with node. However, a large number of multi-action tasks in your package.json can be hard to manage. That's where nabs comes in. You can write your tasks in much easier to manage format and then compile them into standard script entries. Note: nabs is only designed to work in Bourne shell compatible environments. It's only been tested (thus far) with Node 4.x.

plz - build automation

  •    CoffeeScript

When tasks are triggered by watching for changed files, dependencies become automatic, and less "manual wiring" is required. It adds surprising leverage. Check out the copious documentation.