Working with the ever so gifted and talented backend developer Rohit Chopra here at Martindale-Hubbell lately, I find myself pulling together two workflows and trying to make it a symbiotic relationship (if you will). Part of this process requires a bit of trial by fire, which Git is fantastic with as you can easily clean out one’s working directory effectively hitting the reset button on situations.
I am working with Node, mainly for Grunt tasks which I have been finding unbelievably useful, and Bower. When I can get the syntax correct and things click into place, life is good. This particular post is a quick walk through of my morning’s fail and by writing what not to do and what to do I can better articulate the concepts later. Continue reading