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JavaScript

Joe Bruno
Joe Bruno
35,909 Points

Sass like @import for Javascript?

Hello,

I have recently been introduced to Sass and have completed the treehouse courses. I love it. In particular, I have found it useful to be able to import stylesheets and export all my css for a project in one minified file. I wondered if anyone new how to do this with js files? I know it is possible. I have done it in a ruby project before, does anyone have a suggestion? Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks!

1 Answer

Dave McFarland
STAFF
Dave McFarland
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Joe Bruno

You can use a build tool like Gulp to do this. Here are a couple of articles explaining how Gulp works, including examples of how to concatenate multiple JS files into a single, minified file.