Lately there has been some talking on the Twitters about Sass, PostCSS, cssnext etc., even Chris Coyer wrote a CSS-Tricks post about it. People use PostCSS for all sorts of stuff, but I’ll focus mainly on Chris’ post. I think this is a non-issue, but there’s nothing wrong with a little bit of #hotdrama
This was my goal — to run a single command (say
npm test) which would install necessary Selenium drivers, fire up Selenium and HTTP servers, run integration tests (with Mocha), and finally close both servers. I didn’t find a straightforward tutorial for this, so here’s my own.
Bower is great. I needed a package manager like that. But by itself it’s not extremely useful because after installing a component you still have to manually link it. This is tedious, especially when there are a lot of assets per component. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just run
bower install --save <component> and have everything else just happen?