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Trimming Down jQuery with Grunt -Telerik Developer Network
In the past several releases, the jQuery team has reorganized their file structure to make the blacklisting process more effective, by placing less common pieces of functionality in their own files. In this article we’ll look at how to blacklist jQuery modules, which modules you should remove, and how to automate the whole thing.
grunt  jquery  web  js 
july 2014 by mstover
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