A Simple Vagrant Boilerplate For Frontend Development
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As a designer and frontend developer I’ve been working hard over the past couple of years trying to ‘up’ my skill levels. I’ve been learning how to use development tools, such as Composer, Node, Grunt, Bower and so on. To that end I always try to pay attention to what other ‘backend’ developers are talking about as the tools they use often end up making their way into frontend workflows.
Recently I’ve been hearing the word Vagrant bandied about the office, so I decided to find out more - and I like what I’ve found!