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What I like about statico is that it's a local stand-alone build tool. You configure it to do what you want, and the output is a website optimized for speed. It helps with the classics, like concatenation and minification, but also does trickier things like critical path optimization, sprite generation, and data URI inlining.
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Warning: this is a meandering, intermediate level screencast in which we look at the code that powers a build process for a site. We don't write any code.
A "build process" is all the stuff that happens between the code you write and code that goes out to a live website. We've talked before about using Grunt for this. Sass is processed, assets are combined, minification and optimization happens, etc. There are endless things that a build process can …