The major difference compared to Builder.CSS is in the UI. This time I decided to implement console-like interface that works with a simple set of commands for listing, adding, removing, settings options and building the list of files. Don’t be mislead by the screenshots – regardless of what you see, Builder.JS is an application that works in the browser. All you need is the latest versions of FireFox, Chrome, Safari, Opera or Internet Explorer.
- The default options and files list are set in the constructor of the Builder.JS object declaration (in index.php).
- Add, remove and build files and set options from a simple console-like interface and commands.
- Various build options – Base-62 encoding, variable name replacement, minification, etc.
- Two types of outputting the result of the build – as a string, that you can copy and save manually or automatic saving to a physical file (using PHP).
- You can use the Up and Down arrows of your keyboard to repeat previously used commands.
- The latest versions of Mozilla FireFox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera or Internet Explorer.
- PHP (if you wish to save the build output to a physical file).