Up until this point, we have learnt how to configure and create tasks. Now it is time to run them!
Some Node.js command-line tools, such as
express, may also be used as a module, whereas Grunt may only be used via the command-line. Once we've globally installed the
grunt-cli module, our system will have access to the
To run our newly loaded or created tasks, we need to provide Grunt with a list of task names as space-separated command-line arguments. This will result in Grunt executing each specified task in sequence; which means we can easily dictate the order of task execution. We could run
$ grunt foo bar
Or, we run
$ grunt bar foo
There is a special case, however, ...