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Beginner’s Guide to Setting up A Generic Angular Project Using Grunt

  • npm install –save-dev grunt-contrib-jshint :: karma is a unit testing helper which spawns browsers for you npm install –save-dev grunt-karma :: jasmine is the unit testing framework which we will be using to write unit tests npm install –save-dev karma-jasmine :: PhantomJS is a headless browser that is used to run your unit tests.
  • The npm install command is used to install a package
  • js files npm install –save-dev grunt-ng-annotate :: Obfuscates and minifies JS files npm install –save-dev grunt-contrib-uglify :: Optional, but very useful tool to load tasks in your Gruntfile.js will visit this later in the guide npm install –save-dev load-grunt-tasks

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Beginner’s Guide to Setting up A Generic Angular Project Using Grunt

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