Taiga is a small HTML/PostCSS framework working with Nunjucks for starting a living component library and style guide (foundation for a design system). It's mobile-first based on the principles of ITCSS and BEM.
A getting started guide can be found in the style guide after installing it locally.
Use these options to quickly install Taiga.
- Download the latest release
- Clone the repository
git clone https://github.com/aljanscholtens/taiga-boilerplate.git
How to start
- Make sure you've installed the dependencies.
- Get the latest version of Taiga.
- Go to the folder via terminal or your application of choice.
- Install via
- Run via
- Start building and use
/styleguide/as example and inspiration.
Bugs, requests and questions
- Found a bug or need a feature? Post an issue or do a pull request.
- Questions? Mail me at email@example.com or tweet to twitter.com/aljanscholtens.
As UI designer and front-end developer I wanted to have a simple boilerplate to set up a small foundation of a design system with a simple living component library for a new web product. Use it, rebuild it and work from there, do not try to update Taiga.
Taiga is inspired by these awesome people: Harry Roberts, Nathan Curtis, Brad Frost and Dominic Nguyen.