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I am trying to get to grips with browserify and ES6 simultaneously. I have the following basic Node files:


var foo = require('./foo.js');
var x = foo.math(200);


exports.math = (n)=>{ 
  return n * 111;

Now I want to do the following:

  • Browserify this into a file bundle.js so I can include it as a script in my website
  • Compile the JS using babel to make the ES6 readable by all browsers
  • Minify bundle.js to improve load times in the browser

I have browserify installed globally and I run that with this command: browserify main.js > bundle.js

Works great. But should I be running babel first? How do I complete my 3 step process and in what order (of course minification will have to happen last)? Should I be doing this all with grunt?

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