CLI that encapsulates utilities for image processing and assets in frontend development.


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Devexteam CLI


  # Global
  npm install -g @devexteam/dvx-cli

  # In project
  npm install --save-dev @devexteam/dvx-cli

Show current version

> dvx -v

Show help

> dvx -h
# Expected output:
Devexteam CLI
dvx <cmd> [args]

  dvx files:clear-sourcemap-comments-in-css  Clean sourcemaps comments (/*#
                                             sourceMappingURL=foo.css.map */) in css files that
                                             can cause conflicts in compilation or packaging
  dvx html:validate                          Validate html files with htmlhint.
  dvx img:build                              Process images (minify, convert to webp and
  dvx img:minify                             Minify images
  dvx img:resize                             Resize images to 1024px width
  dvx img:towebp                             Format/Convert images to webp

https://devexteam.com - Copyright 2020


Integration and encapsulation of utilities (sharp, imagemin, htmlhint, ImageMagick, GraphicsMagick) and common use commands in the asset optimization process (images, html for the moment).


  • Use in the root project path
  • Use in a bash/unix console
  • Install ImageMagick*
    • Has fallback to sharp
  • Install GraphicsMagick*
    • Has fallback to sharp

Recommend directory structure

+ :open_file_folder: project-name

 |  +-- :open_file_folder: src

 |   |  +-- :open_file_folder: assets

 |   |   |  +-- :open_file_folder: img

 |   |   |   |  +-- :file_folder: dist

 |   |   |   |  +-- :file_folder: src



After img:build After img:build After img:build

Result after run dvx img:build

After img:build


HTML validation without errors

HTML validation with errors


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