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Switch to using govuk_admin_template #93

merged 23 commits into from Aug 29, 2014

Switch to using govuk_admin_template #93

merged 23 commits into from Aug 29, 2014


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@fofr fofr commented Aug 29, 2014

Recommend reviewing code using?w=1, and doing like-for-like comparisons with preview.

  • Start using admin gem which bundles jQuery, Bootstrap, environment indicator and default application layout
  • Switch from LESS to SASS
  • Upgrade from Bootstrap 2 to Bootstrap 3
  • Upgrade formtastic, formtastic-bootstrap
    • Update deprecated formtastic actions
  • Update markup to conform with newest bootstrap patterns
    • Replace grid classes on form elements with appropriate grid wrappers
    • Formtastic picks up most of the form changes
    • Add missing -default classes to default buttons and alerts
    • Use Bootstrap 3 kaminari themes for pagination
  • Update flash messages for new Bootstrap 3 alerts
  • Make services table more useful
  • Bring guidance on file uploads inline with content style guide

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fofr added 23 commits Aug 27, 2014
* Add govuk_admin_template
* Remove jquery-rails, jQuery is provided via gem
* Upgrade formtastic, formtastic-bootstrap, kaminari themes
  * Stop using old branch builds of formtastic
* Remove references to old LESS bootstrap
* Remove styles now provided by gem
* Use nested layouts
* Import gem’s SASS styles
* Remove now unnecessary javascript and SASS includes,
  * Delete application.js altogether, it’s not being used
* Remove HTML5 shim, now provided by gem
* Keep a reference to admin design patterns
* Show how local styles may have affected those patterns
* Use actions instead of buttons, and specify a bootstrap button class
on the submit
button, use the same text as before
* Update commit_button (also deprecated) to submit
* Remove grid wrappers
* Add spacing between table and create service button
* Make table of services match other admin app table styles
* Update grid classes
* Add missing -default classes to labels and buttons
* Restrict width of name and slug fields
* Remove old Bootstrap 2 grid class
* Bootstrap overrides were blanket copied from another app in 2012,
none of these styles are being used
* Bootstrap 3 needs a btn-default or label-default class for correct
* Allow success, info, warning and danger types of flash message
* Coerce alert and notice to warnings
* Be explicit in the type of messages that are being set
* Remove span dividers which Bootstrap 3 doesn’t need
* Add a missing ‘active’ class to the final option, service name
* Move breadcrumb above the title
* Simplify the title
* Add some spacing so tab content isn’t too close to the tabs
* Remove javascript to starts the tabs, this is done automatically with
the data attributes
* Switch from wells to Bootstrap 3 panels
* Correctly clear list of versions every 3 panels
* Move warnings to top of panel
* Hide empty information, ie when there’s no change note or places
* Markup current version as a panel to match version history view
* Add headings within panel for status and exporting
* Style data pagination using Bootstrap 3 kaminari theme
* Update data table to match tables elsewhere in app
* Use panels rather than wells
* Limit width of change note field
* Change “changes” to “change note”, to match how the content is
referred to elsewhere
* Separate requirements of data file into scannable list
* Make copy assertive and inline with style guide
* Put form in well to give form fields contrast and to match the edit
* Remove script which was meant to be updating the slug based on the
title, this hasn’t been working for a long time
* The table of services wasn’t a useful table, the review link matched
the title link and the upload link isn’t switching to the correct tab
when used
* Instead, pull out the data sets and places information which was
hidden in a paragraph beneath the service title
* Make page title, page heading and main nav link the same text
* Add a filter to quickly find services in the list
* This is the main page heading
* Limit width of fields for legibility
* Update classes on submit buttons
* Give ‘add new place’ some extra vertical space
* Be explicit about editing a place in links and in breadcrumbs
danielroseman added a commit that referenced this pull request Aug 29, 2014
Switch to using govuk_admin_template
@danielroseman danielroseman merged commit 2c877c6 into master Aug 29, 2014
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