3) Manual build with Bower - adding third-party build tool Bower to your project, lets you have a custom build process (using eg. Webpack) and install Origami components from the command line. See Bower tutorial.
|Feature||Using the build service||Building manually|
|Server-side technology requirements||None, there is no need for any server-side code||Node. You'll need Node.js (for package management and build automation).|
|Set up time||Quick, a few minutes at most||Slower. If you're not familiar with Node.js and don't have any pre-requisites installed, getting set up could take you a couple of hours|
|Can I add custom code into the Origami bundle?||Not easily. You'd have to publish that code as a standalone repo||Yes|
|Can I develop without being online?||No, you need to be online if your pages pull resources from the build service||Yes|
Once you’ve decided how to build Origami’s modules, we have a tutorial for each method.