I discovered (or really just stopped ignoring references to) Gulp.js today and decided to give it a go. Now, this is not a post about what Gulp.js is - I'm assuming if you are reading this, you already know. This is about how to make me actually use it. The problem I ran into with Gulp right away was when you run it in a project in the terminal (`gulp`) with a gulpscript.js that watches certain folders (css,js, etc.), it has to just keep running in a terminal window in order to keep "watching" these folders. Even if you run the command with NOHUP to allow it to run in the background and free up the terminal session, you still have to remember to start it up for each project you're working on.
Jun 25, 2014
December 7, 2015
Quick and Dirty PHP 7.0 set up on Ubuntu 14.04 with APCu
May 20, 2015
Laravel Custom Logging
May 19, 2015
Site re-built using Laravel 5.1-dev
January 9, 2015
Using the Laravel Homestead "serve" command with Oh-My-Zsh
November 6, 2014
Using Laravel's Artisan with Git for Deployment.