2016 is officially the year of the monkey, but I am calling it the year of the CLI (Command Line Interface). One of the recent talks I gave at DevIntersection was "Modern Web Toolchain". Mentioning CLI Tools and "Modern" does raise and eyebrow or two. It covers npm, bower, grunt (http://gruntjs.com), gulp etc. But more interestingly, about 50% of the talk is about command line tools; and more than just Yeoman. There are a number of either completely new or new versions of frameworks that are in the works for a version 1.0 release in 2016 and all of which are shipping a CLI tool. Angular 2.0 .NET Core NativeScript Aurelia Just to mention a few,...
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