Brunch can be installed from the Terminal by issuing the following command:
npm install -g brunch
Moreover, the Brunch command line utility provides you with a simple to abide by build process that makes it possible to focus more on coding and worry less about how to compile or keep an eye out for your project's files during the development process.
Additionally, Brunch can be used to successfully and swiftly compile any collection of scripts, styles and templates.
Furthermore, besides concatenating your styles and scripts, Brunch also makes it very simple to generate detailed source maps for all concatenated files in a jiffy.
What's more, apart from enabling you to manage your project's files with a simple to use command line based tool, Brunch will automatically minify and optimize all the files it touches so that the final web app will be as fast and as lean as possible.
In addition, Brunch is also capable of instantly alert you of any errors that occur during your app's build process, using both system and console notifications.
On top of all that, the Brunch HTML5 assembler also comes with an automatic file watch engine designed to start the compilation process as soon as any file within your project has changed.
In-depth directives on how to install it on your Mac and how to get started using it to manage your own HTML5 projects are avaiable on Brunch's homepage.
Here are some key features of "Brunch":
- Building, linting, concatenation, and minifying tools
- Built-in auto-reload engine
- Completely framework-agnostic
- Simple to use and incredibly fast
- Source maps generator
- Free and multi-platform
- Fixed syntax error in source code.