Let's take a look at the history of that and then bring ourselves up-to-date.
Gulp is a tool that helps you out with several tasks when it comes to web development. It's often used to do front end tasks like:
- Spinning up a web server
- Reloading the browser automatically whenever a file is saved
- Using preprocessors like Sass or LESS
This is not a comprehensive list of things Gulp can do. If you're crazy enough, you can even build a static site generator with Gulp (I've done it!). So yes, Gulp is extremely powerful, but you'll have to learn how to use Gulp if you want to create your own customized build processes.
So that's what this article is for. It helps you get so good with the basics of Gulp that you can begin exploring everything else for yourself.
Susy provides you with the tools to build your own grid layouts that match the needs of your website. It gives you the freedom and flexibility to build any design that you can imagine. It doesn't matter if your design has 5, 14 or 48 columns. Unequal width columns? Susy's got you covered.
Why would you pick Susy over the million other frameworks out there on the internet? You may never even heard of it before. What if it's beauty is only skin deep?
Susy is one of the best things that happened to me in terms of my front-end development workflow over the past few months. It has helped me out so much that I decided to write a book about it to share it's merits with the world. It's an in-depth guide on Susy and how you can use it to easily create any website design you want.