The most common way of tweaking the functionality of a task is by providing options in the project configurations. Options can be specified by providing an object to the
options property at either the task or target levels. If an option is provided at both the task and target levels, the one provided at the target level will take precedence.
In this example we'll work with the basic project structure we created in the Installing Grunt on a project recipe in Chapter 1, Getting Started with Grunt. Be sure to refer to it if you are not yet familiar with its contents.
If any of the steps in this recipe seem hard to follow, be sure to check out the Creating a multi-task recipe provided earlier in this chapter.