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Daniel Ruf commented on Wesley Picotte's post 7 months

You just need the windows-build-tools in Windows, they do all the needed things for compiling node-sass then.

Daniel Ruf commented on Edgardo's post 7 months

Try disabling your antivirus, try upgrading npm and try it again.

Daniel Ruf commented on Peter's post 7 months

See the previous statements / comment and there are more good reasons, for example that many jQuery functions can now be replaced by native JavaScript functions and that jQuery is not as actively developed as in the past.This is the step that we take in most frameworks, the move away from jQuery, to make integration into new solutions easier (React, Angular, Vue, ...).

Daniel Ruf commented on Alex Humphries's post 7 months

Try installing windows-build-tools
 
npm install --global --production windows-build-tools
https://github.com/felixrieseberg/windows-build-tools

Daniel Ruf commented on Alex Humphries's post 7 months

Which npm and Node.js versions do you use? Did you try to disable your antivirus and try to use an elevated console?

Daniel Ruf commented on Peter's post 7 months

jQuery is bloated and not very performant. Foundation 7 will not require jQuery.

Daniel Ruf commented on Tom Elliott's post 7 months

Hi Tom,the "foundation new" command is from the globally installed foundation-cli. This is not the same as foundation-sites.
 
foundation-cli installs the Foundation templates based on your decisions. which use foundation-sites.See https://github.com/zurb/foundation-cli and https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/installation.html#install-with-foundation-cli

Daniel Ruf commented on Tom Elliott's post 7 months

Hi, did you run "npm init" before this? Also these are just warnings.It is recommended to run "npm init -y" and then "npm i foundation-sites --save" or "npm install foundation-sites --save" to save the dependency to the package.json file.

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  • Gulp Hangs on F6 Sites Install

    By Wesley Picotte

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    I've installed F6 using the basic setup. I haven't changed a thing -- added no new tasks, etc -- and simply ran 'foundation watch' inside the project folder. When I do, Terminal prints: > foundation-sites-template@1.0.0 start /Users/myUser/Sites/myPr... (continued)

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  • npm install failure

    By Tom Elliott

    installenoent

    I'm trying to install the latest version of foundation-sites. I am on Win 10 64bit.   This is the command window: ------------------------------------------------------------------ C:\wamp64\www>node -vv8.11.1C:\wamp64\www>npm -v5.6.0C:\wam... (continued)

    Last Reply by Tom Elliott 7 months ago


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You commented on Wesley Picotte's post 7 months

You just need the windows-build-tools in Windows, they do all the needed things for compiling node-sass then.

You commented on Edgardo's post 7 months

Try disabling your antivirus, try upgrading npm and try it again.

You commented on Peter's post 7 months

See the previous statements / comment and there are more good reasons, for example that many jQuery functions can now be replaced by native JavaScript functions and that jQuery is not as actively developed as in the past.This is the step that we take in most frameworks, the move away from jQuery, to make integration into new solutions easier (React, Angular, Vue, ...).

You commented on Alex Humphries's post 7 months

Try installing windows-build-tools
 
npm install --global --production windows-build-tools
https://github.com/felixrieseberg/windows-build-tools

You commented on Alex Humphries's post 7 months

Which npm and Node.js versions do you use? Did you try to disable your antivirus and try to use an elevated console?

You commented on Peter's post 7 months

jQuery is bloated and not very performant. Foundation 7 will not require jQuery.

You commented on Tom Elliott's post 7 months

Hi Tom,the "foundation new" command is from the globally installed foundation-cli. This is not the same as foundation-sites.
 
foundation-cli installs the Foundation templates based on your decisions. which use foundation-sites.See https://github.com/zurb/foundation-cli and https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/installation.html#install-with-foundation-cli

You commented on Tom Elliott's post 7 months

Hi, did you run "npm init" before this? Also these are just warnings.It is recommended to run "npm init -y" and then "npm i foundation-sites --save" or "npm install foundation-sites --save" to save the dependency to the package.json file.

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