8 ways to improve your Grunt set-up

Grunt – which won Open Source Project of the Year at May's net Awards 2014 – has quickly become an essential configuration-based command line tool within our industry for running tasks that can handle all kind of requirements. The BBC News development team use Grunt on a daily basis to make sure the bbc.co.uk/news codebase is tested, linted, formalised, optimised and automated.

Here, the BBC's Mark McDonnell and Tom Maslen of BBC News talk through eight ways to help keep your Grunt set-up fast, maintainable and scalable.

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