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com.liferay.js.transpiler

The JS Transpiler Gradle plugin lets you run metal-cli in order to build Metal.js code, compile Soy files, and transpile ES6 to ES5.

2.4.23
(04 February 2019)

com.liferay.js.transpiler.base

The JS Transpiler Base Gradle plugin lets you use Gradle dependencies (such as external module or project dependencies) in Node.js scripts.

2.4.23
(04 February 2019)

com.liferay.soy

The Soy Gradle plugin lets you compile Closure Templates into JavaScript functions. It also lets you use a custom localization mechanism in the generated .soy.js files by replacing "goog.getMsg" definitions with a different function call (e.g., "Liferay.Language.get").

3.1.8
(19 November 2018)

org.argus.jawa

Jawa language compiler for Gradle. Built with Gradle 2.13. Projects applying this plugin require a compile-time dependency on the jawa-compiler library. Please include this in the depencencies closure: dependencies { compile group: 'com.github.arguslab', name: 'jawa-compiler_2.11', version: '1.0.2' }

1.0.7
(24 October 2016)

io.silksmith.plugin

JS and CSS with Gradle

0.6.2
(30 July 2015)

io.silksmith.plugin-angular

JS and CSS with Gradle

0.5.0
(27 May 2015)

com.github.rocketraman.dep-excludes

Sometimes you just want a simple way to exclude dependencies without creating closures. This plugin creates a method on a Gradle project that provides a little syntax sugar for exclusions.

0.1
(18 October 2014)