Taking the pain out of front-end build systems

Usage no npm install needed!

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Taking the pain out of front-end build systems

Ever feel like existing front-end build systems just get in your way? Say hello to Bygg. The basic primitive isn't a single file, but a tree of files, and you simply compose plugins into a graph that defines your build pipeline. Bygg takes care of the rest. By leveraging functional reactive programming only the part of the pipeline that actually changed is recomputed, and you'll see the result in your browser just milliseconds later. No need to worry about live-reload, source maps, or bending your build system to fit revving into the picture; Bygg's got you covered.


Check out the examples to get started.

Sample byggfile.js

This file is just a quick sample to give you a taste of what Bygg does.

var bygg = require('bygg');

var autoprefixer = require('bygg-plugins/autoprefixer');
var csswring = require('bygg-plugins/csswring');
var rev = require('bygg-plugins/rev');
var serve = require('bygg-plugins/serve');
var stats = require('bygg-plugins/stats');
var uglify = require('bygg-plugins/uglify');

bygg.task('serve', function (optimize) {
    return build(optimize)
}, [{ name: 'optimize', default: false, flag: true, abbr: 'o' }]);

bygg.task('build', function (optimize) {
    return build(optimize)
}, [{ name: 'optimize', default: true, flag: true, abbr: 'o' }]);

var build = function (optimize) {
    var html = bygg.files('*.html');

    var styles = bygg
        .pipe(autoprefixer('last 2 versions', 'ie 9'))
        .pipe(optimize ? csswring() : bygg.noop());

    var scripts = bygg
        .pipe(optimize ? uglify() : bygg.noop());

    return bygg.combine(
    .pipe(optimize ? rev() : bygg.noop());