Sublime Text is a lightweight, but capable code editor that is greatly loved by many developers, but if you’re anything like me, you’re saddened a bit by the fact that Sublime doesn’t have an integrated system console. For many tasks that you use in the console, Sublime Text actually has a decent alternative: build systems. They allow you to run any console commands straight from Sublime. In this series I’ll be giving you the low-down on how to use Sublime’s build systems to their greatest potential.
In a previous article that I wrote earlier this year, I talked about eliminating project dependencies that needed to be installed globally, such as Grunt, Gulp, Browserify, WebPack, etc. Of course, I didn’t argue for eliminating these packages, just replacing the -g flag with a --save or --save-dev flag when installing them with npm install and then using npm scripts to execute the binaries. Well, there’s more…
Take a look around. Notice anything different? Yes, the theme has changed! That’s the obvious thing, and it’s actually going to change again, hopefully some time in the next few months. There’s a lot of work being done behind the scenes for this site, so let’s take a look.
It’s been months since I’ve given you all any content here. I’m trying to break that trend, but it will be a while and will take some major changes in order to start writing regularly again. This post isn’t even a full post. Rather, it is an announcement to bring your attention to a post I wrote elsewhere.