Angular Base Seed Project with Gulp

I started working on another “fun” project last week. I should rephrase that. I “attempted” to start a project last week. That very first step, I got stuck. Why is starting so hard? I created a new project using yeoman, but the build process uses grunt and it is more complex than I wanted. I also tried Angular Seed, but it didn’t fit what I was looking for either.

Of course, I had just written my Angular Blackjack project from scratch, so I did what all developers do, I made my own base project!

Introducing: Angular-Base
https://github.com/adamweeks/angular-base

I’ve modified the build system a bit since the Angular Blackjack project, but not a lot. Feel free to use it to get your projects started. Keep in mind, I haven’t actually built a real project with the base yet, but I’ve started using it. I’m sure there will be changes to the base project. If you see any issues or want some features, I’m definitely open to PRs.

Angular Project Blackjack: 12 – Github Pages Deploy

(This post is part of my “from scratch” AngularJS project. If you are feeling lost, the first post is here.)

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I’m not going to lie, I thought this was going to be a GREAT post! So much information about how to deploy our site to github pages and make it available for the world. The good news is, we did all the hard work in our previous post. The bad news is, this will probably be the shortest post and commit in this series.

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