Posts Tagged ‘ npm ’

Konfy: configuration of node and webapps made easy

I wrote a small utility module Konfy, which allows you to configure your node and/or (browserified) webapps easily.

It was aimed to fulfil following requirements:

  • API symmetry in both node and the browser.
  • Extremely easy setup.
  • Allows the use of ENV variables.
  • Variable interpolation of the configuration data.
  • Easy integration with existing build tools and package managers: Grunt, Gulp, Broccoli, Bower et cetera.

Find the source, documentation and examples on https://github.com/creynders/konfy

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A plugin for #gruntjs to run #jasmine specs: grunt-jasmine-task

grunt-jasmine-task


This plugin is deprecated and replaced by grunt-contrib-jasmine


I wrote a plugin to run jasmine specs with grunt.
It should be stable and is available through npm.
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