Back in the day, I started automating my WordPress development workflow. Everyone was using Grunt at the time and I never really liked it, so I opted for Gulp. Wrote a post, that went viral, so I open source my workflow under the codename WPGulp.
🎯 WPGulp Version 2Ahmad Awais
For several years WPGulp has served as the most popular WP theme/plugin development automation framework. In 2018, with the help of awesome contributors, I released a huge update in the form of version 2 for WPGulp. One thing led to another and there were 12 new version updates last year.
- 👇 Downloaded 260,000+ times
- 👨💻 Used by over 40,000 developers
- 🐾 About 9,000 projects depend on it
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Ahmad – I just went over to Github and check your WPGulp. It is a great companion for WP build. I want to include Bootstrap into workflow. Please let me know how to do it correctly from npm package without manually drop files into assets folder.
I second Don’s question. I have been searching how to efficiently bundle external js like bootstrap and font awesome, without having to enqueue them.