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Bower​Injector

by ismnoiet ST3

A sublime text plugin to inject bower dependencies inside index.html

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sublime3-bower-Injector

A sublime text 3 plugin that inject all bower dependencies in the index.html page of the current project

Screenshot

BowerInjector Screenshot

Dependencies

you should have python 3 already installed on your machine and Sublime text 3.

Installation

In order to install this plugin you have two options, the manual option and the package control one(the easy choice)

Manually

You can easily install this plugin manually, simply download the zip file and extract it to sublime text Packages folder

Package Control

Installation through package control is recommended. It will handle updating your packages as they become available. To install, do the following.

  • In the Command Palette, enter Package Control: Install Package
  • Search for BowerInjector

How does it work ?

Now the plugin is installed and ready to be used. Let's say that you have a project organized like the following:

myProject/
├── otherStuff/
├── bower_components/
│   ├── jquery/
│   ├── bootstrap/
│   └── ...
│
├── bower.json  
└── index.html

simply add bower:css or bower:js to index.html depending on what you want to load, generally we want to load them both so we end up with something like that :

<html>
  <head>





  </head>

  <body>






  </body>
</html>

Bonus : Now you can use bower_css or bower_css then hit tab to complete the snippet automatically rather than completing it manually

Run the plugin

You have two options : * Hit ctrl + y to execute the plugin( you can change the key ) * Fire up the command palette ctrl + shift + p and type bower injector and press enter

TODO

  • Inject dependencies in the right order (for example bootstrap depends on jquery ).
  • Possibility to pull in minfied versions(if exist).
  • Possibility to inject just specific package.