Boosting grunt performance

I guess you’ve heard about Grunt, the JavaScript task runner. It’s a great automation tool, but when you start using it and keep adding more stuff to it, at some point you’ll probably get to a point where the execution takes more time then you are willing to wait.

I’ve recently hit that point with a document portal I’m working on at Red Hat, so I went to look out for how to do some profiling of grunt and how to speed it up. While there are some articles and stackoverflows about the topic, neither of them contained all that I needed, so the purpose of this blog post is to give you a digest with all information in one place.

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