Bower is used together with other tools to integrate with all sorts of setups and workflows.
Grunt task for automatically concat all installed Bower components.
Inject your Bower components right into your HTML using Grunt.
Automagically wire-up installed Bower components into your RequireJS config. Also available as a standalone CLI tool.
Grunt plugin to automate Bower commands; allow the configuration of the files needed allowing to filter out the minimal in the project.
A Grunt plugin to preen unwanted files and folders from packages installed via Bower.
Replaces script references with Google CDN ones, based on bower.json
Iterates through dependencies and returns an array of files defined in the main property of the packages
A Node.js module to preen unwanted files and folders from packages installed via Bower. Preen can also be used via the CLI.
A gulp plugin to copy files into a normalized file structure, arranged by package name and asset type.
Rails & Ruby
rake tasks for Bower on Rails.
Gem to replace the Rails asset pipeline with a Grunt-based workflow, providing dependencies via Bower.
Rails Assets is the frictionless proxy between Bundler and Bower.
Ruby binding for Bower commands (Uses node/execjs instead of shelling out)
Bower integration for your Ruby apps (sprockets).
Dandelion provides an integration with Bower. All Bower components are scanned and automatically converted into vendor bundles. See blog post.
Apps & IDEs
CodeKit is a Mac app that helps you build websites faster and better.
With integrated Bower package manager, you’ll be able to search for, install and manage client-side libraries and frameworks for your project with ease, right in the IDE.
Netbeans can resolve Bower dependencies for you from within the IDE. See blog post
Visual Studio 2015
Visual Studio has built-in support for searching, installation and managing of Bower packages. This includes rich auto-completion in
bower.json to Bower specific commands and UI elements in Solution Explorer.
Package Intellisense for Visual Studio 2013
NPM and Bower package Intellisense directly in the Visual Studio JSON editor. See blog post.
A collection of Alfred workflows that includes Bower integration.
The bower components loader for browsers. Easly import components main files to your project.
npm package. Quickly concatenate your project’s bower dependencies. Like grunt-bower-concat but without the weight and complexity of grunt.
Serve Bower-managed static resources using Python WSGI
Use Bower via BowerStatic with the Pyramid framework
CakePHP Plugin for Bower.
Integrates a web-based interface for Bower.
reads root bower.json, opens bower.json of all packages and their dependencies and auto-calculates concatenation order.
Bower integration with symfony2.
Google Chrome Extension which links dependencies listed bower.json on GitHub to their project’s pages.
A Sublime text-editor plugin for Bower.
Load Bower packages into Broccoli.
Import Less files from Bower packages.
Requirejs plugin for creating & loading Path/Shim configurations automatically from bower.json dependencies (InBrowser & InBuild)
Flask-Bower is a flask extension to serve bower installed packages - also on Github
Bower extension for Brackets. It lets you manage your application’s dependencies: search, install, update, remove and more. Support for bower.json and .bowerrc files.
Easy way to use bower with your Django project
Bower extension for Visual Studio Team Services Continuous Integration builds - also on Github.