JavaScript preprocessor (jspp) Alternatives

    JavaScript preprocessor (jspp) is described as 'A command line tool for squashing JS and CSS files. Used mostly for building UserJS' and is an app in the Development category. There are eight alternatives to JavaScript preprocessor (jspp) for Mac, Windows and Linux. The best alternative is JavaScript::Ectype, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like JavaScript preprocessor (jspp) are Sprockets (Free, Open Source), flintjs (Free, Open Source), JS Build Tools (Free, Open Source) and wepp (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Nov 27, 2014

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      JavaScript::Ectype - A JavaScript Preprocessor designed for large scale javascript development.
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      Sprockets: Rack-based asset packaging.
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      flintjs is a small JavaScript build framework, designed for building JS libraries. It's powered by Apache Ant.
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      Collection of Ant tasks for a JavaScript build process. * Preprocess: This Ant task processes statements like #ifdef, #ifndef or #endif. * YUICompress:
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      wepp is a node module that processes LESS and JavaScript files in order to combine and minify them for production use. It depends on and makes use of fQuery.
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      jsmake is a basic javascript preprocessor/build utility (Perl script) that you can easily integrate in your continuous integration environment.
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      jsmacro is pre-processor designed for use with JavaScript (where "macro" currently leans more toward the C definition of a macro than the Lisp definition.)
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    1. This is a simple JavaScript preprocessor (written in javascript) to enable conditional compilation. The syntax of the preprocessor is a subset of the C preprocessor.
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