Removing duplicate styles in Gulp

Almost two years ago, I first talked about adding stylesheets into my Gulp file, as part of the development workflow that I was working on at the time (and still am).  Over that time, I’ve experimented further and wanted to update you on the settings I use these days. Back then I was using Gulp 3,…

Cloudflare WARP

Cloudflare originally announced WARP back in April, calling it “A VPN for People Who Don’t Know What V.P.N. Stands For”.  That’s Virtual Private Network, in case you’re wondering.  Well last week they announced that it was finally here! I had already downloaded the 1.1.1.1 app, but I made sure it was up to date and switched on…

Clearing Cloudflare cache in Gulp

Three days ago (yes, still going!) I published a post about saving time with FTP in Gulp, where I added a “deploy” method which uploaded the final build items via FTP. I would always recommend using Cloudflare (you may remember me mentioning them before) as a reverse proxy service protecting your origin server from malicious traffic, DDoS…

Saving time with FTP in Gulp

There are two many focuses when building an efficient development workflow: It needs to produce a well optimised and efficient to run website It needs to make it quicker and easier for the developer to work This post is about the second of these things.  More specifically, how we can save time by getting Gulp…

Adding sourcemaps for debugging in Gulp

It’s been a while since I’ve written about my web development workflow and whilst I have been distracted by WordPress and Cloudflare a lot recently, it’s still something that always draws me back.  I love using Gulp to automate steps of the build process, enabling me to quickly and easily produce a well optimised and efficient website. I’ve previously…