When you watch for changes in files, make sure to only watch the files that change on a regular basis.
Otherwise running the gulp task in the command line will result in a slower tasks and high CPU / memory usage.
And this is the html part:
Next to html, it also supportsjade, jsx, slm and haml.
4. Using bower?
When you’re using bower to manage your dependencies, main-bower-files will come in handy. Otherwise you’ll have to manually define which bower files you want to include.
5. Node + browsersync: possible but cumbersome
One of the most tedious parts was finding a way to make gulp work with nodemon (automatically restart node) and BrowserSync. The gulpfile from Hafiz Ismail was a great start and I made some small changes.
Hope you all taken something away from this post, if you have any remarks / comments, feel free to contact me on twitter.