I work in coffeescript, jade and stylus.
My application serves two different "one page apps". For these apps I serve all asset in the initial payload.
I want to group, compile, and concatenate all coffeescript files and jade templeates into a single js asset and stylus files into a single css asset for each "one page app".
Then I can just leave my
/public/css alone and they will always have the current js and css asset files for the two different apps.
Has anyone setup a workflow like this before? Any ideas how I could do this?
Through research I found the process written about here but they don't say how they did it.
Sample config: https://gist.github.com/1094412
An alternative is also Interleave:
And the options for stylus middleware should sort you out for your CSS: http://learnboost.github.com/stylus/docs/middleware.html
There's also a myriad of options over here: