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HOW THE CLI WORK

* If you're upgrading from Grunt 0.3, please see Grunt 0.3 Notes *

sometimes it's nice to add a little zazz or incorporate a certain style that would be near impossible using filters and technique alone.

Today we're going to look at a few of our top Photoshop actions over at GraphicRiver that can be used to add a bit of punch or special effect to your photos.

BONUS ACTION AMAZING 2.0

EXAMPLE ACTION

Assuming that the Grunt CLI has been installed and that the project has already been configured with a package.json and a Gruntfile, it's very easy to start working with Grunt

  1. Change to the project's root directory.
  2. Install project dependencies with npm install.
  3. Run Grunt with grunt.:

Today we're going to look at a few of our top Photoshop actions over at @GraphicRiver that can be used to add a bit of punch or special effect to your photos.

WORKING WITHT ACTION PHOTOSHOP

Each time grunt is run, it looks for a locally installed Grunt using node's require()system. Because of this, you can run grunt from any subfolder in your project.

If a locally installed Grunt is found, the CLI loads the local installation of the Grunt library, applies the configuration from your Gruntfile, and executes anyasks you've requested for it to run.

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Each time grunt is run, it looks for a locally installed Grunt using node's require()system. Because of this, you can run grunt from any subfolder in your project.

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