Companies using gulp
How gulp is being used
  • WILD

    #<User:0x000000000d1ab0a0> WILD


    The go-to processor. Throw in any npm-lib, win.

  • Remote Interview

    #<User:0x000000000d15d170> Remote Interview


    All the Front-end is pre-processed/merged/minified/modularized for production usage using gulp.

  • JobHero

    #<User:0x000000000d00fb38> JobHero


    Gulp builds the Angular front-end

  • Beam

    #<User:0x000000000ccc6af8> Beam


    File versioning, compilation, minification, etc...

  • opening.io

    #<User:0x000000000cc70ce8> opening.io


    Front-end builds: producing full minified css/js output from a series of css/less/coffee/cjsx/js components.

  • Logo

    #<User:0x000000000cc1fc58> DVA: The Right Mix


    As the main frontend build tool, covering:

    • bower dependency injection
    • deployment methods
    • build versions i.e. dist, local server etc.

  • Refractal

    #<User:0x000000000cbdf720> Refractal


    For all our frontend site builds, Grunt allows us to do one-click builds for SASS, Coffeescript and other tools, with minifying and general restructuring built right in.

  • MassTimes

    #<User:0x000000000cba5f98> MassTimes


    Gulp is our build tool and also helps in development with live-reload using gulp-connect and watch.

  • Cloudcraft

    #<User:0x000000000cb4d6e0> Cloudcraft


    Gulp is used as the build system for Cloudcraft.co with a lot of custom targets: vendoring dependencies, transpiling ES2015 to Ecmascript5 (with Babel), incremental compilation of multiple watched modules, minification, creation of app distribution packages etc. Having previously used Grunt, I've come to greatly prefer Gulp due to the ability to easily write my own tasks using plain JS without necessarily relying on plugins for everything.

  • TriLED


    We used Gulp in each frontend and Node.js project to automate development & build tasks