Go there, and run tumbler
-All your static files (html, js, jpg, ...) are now available on [[http://localhost:
+All your static files (html, js, jpg, ...) are now available on [[http://localhost:000/|localhost:000]].
But most importantly, if one queries for a **something.js** (respectively **something.css**) file, tumbler will look for **something.coffee** (respectively **something.less**) file and will serve the result of its compilation.
+The bundle files should have the form : filename.js.bundle and should contain the relative path of all the js file to include.
+When the browser fetches filename.js, tumbler's response will differ depending on its mode:
+ - tumbler serve -m debug
+ All the files will be included as script tag in the dom.
+ This makes debugging easier as the
+ - tumbler serve -m concat
+ The server will serve a big file, concatenation of all the other files.
+ - tumbler serve -m release
+ The file are compressed and optimized using uglified js.
Try tumbler --help for more options.