John Mcdowall offers some useful advice about Gemfile Best Practices.
Figure 1.6.4: Bootstrap-sass’s Github page.
I have a Rails 3.1 project with the asset pipeline working great. How to set up a Rails application with Zurb Foundation. Last updated 21 February 2013 .
Last updated 4 April 2014. Figure 1.6.4 shows the page that we will redirect to after we visit Source Code’s link. See Installing Rails 3.2 for detailed instructions and advice.
Zurb Foundation provides a standard grid for layout plus dozens of reusable components for page elements such as navigation, forms, and buttons.
SASS Asset Pipeline ActiveRecord ... Ruby on Rails. Do note that some of the Gems will not be compatible with the Ruby or Rails version that you use.
Rails is a framework that's used by startups and large companies across the globe.
Example Gemfiles for Rails 3.2 by Daniel Kehoe. I am generally confused about Rails 3.2, Sprockets, and Compass. Examples of companies using Rails include Github, Airbnb, Kickstarter, and General Assembly.
.scss Sie .scss Ihre .scss Datei in .scss.erb und verwenden Sie dann die folgende Syntax (Beispiel für das CSS-Asset highlight_js-rails4 gem): . Rails 3.2 Gemfile. Here are example Gemfiles for typical applications built with Rails 3.2. Rails 3.1+ provides support for Sass by default, which has become popular among the Rails community. As we learn Rails, we'll notice that it adheres to specific ideas. @import "<%= asset_path("highlight_js/github") %>"; Warum können Sie …
Figure 1.6.5 shows the readme file in the Github page.
Figure 1.6.3: Bootstrap-sass Gem information. Foundation 5.2 and Rails. Twitter also used Rails in its early days.
Until Rails 3.0, the asset pipeline was available only via third-party libraries such as Sprockets. Ich habe eine elegante, Rails-ähnliche Art herausgefunden. At the top of this article, it says *= require directives, are no longer needed using Sass-Rails, just use @import instead. The problem is that I need to reference images in my Sass, but Rails calculates image URLs.