This project is no longer being actively maintained. If you have some fixes, please feel free to open a PR.
Phoenix represents what we use at Connective DX for the basis of new projects. With a library of patterns ready at our fingertips, a powerful and flexible grid system, and a clean, modular organization, you don't need to reinvent the wheel. And you'll have more time to invent the next wheel.
Full documentation is available in the documentation directory. It will require the setup and build processes below to be followed; additional instructions can be found on the documentation page once loaded.
NOTE: Optional parameters for functions and mixins are all passed in together as keys in a map as the last parameter for the function or mixin. The documentation for these is sub-optimal, but Sassdoc is working on a method for better documenting maps as parameters.
Once you've cloned or downloaded the project, you'll first need to install NodeJS. It can be downloaded at http://nodejs.org/download/. Once Node is installed, builds are done by executing a command file.
- Navigate to Assets/src
- The type and name of the command file is dependent on your platform and which build you need.
- Windows - execute one of the .cmd files. The builds are listed below.
- Mac OS - execute one of the .command files. The builds are listed below.
- NOTE - if you get an error when executing a build, make sure you have execute privileges on the file as well as the base build file in Assets/src/build.
The development build includes linting and debugging, but does not minify files so they are readable during development.
- Windows - execute build-dev.cmd.
- Mac OS - execute build-dev.command.
The watch build will execute the development build and watch for file changes, automatically compiling your source code and reloading your browser if you have LiveReload installed.
- Windows - execute build-watch.cmd.
- Mac OS - execute build-watch.command.
The production build lints, concatenates, and minifies files.
- Windows - execute build-production.cmd.
- Mac OS - execute build-production.command.
As of 2.2.0, the Node packages defined in Phoenix are no longer shrinkwrapped by default at each release. However, we do recommend you shrinkwrap the dependencies at the outset of any new projects in order to ensure that builds are predictable no matter when they are executed. To do this, after your initial
npm install, also run
npm shrinkwrap --dev.
This project would not be possible without contributions from these open-source projects:
- Gumby Framework - our grid system began as a fork of Gumby's grid system and has since morphed into the mobile-first grid system it is today
- Responsive Tabs
Phoenix is licensed under The MIT License (MIT), unless otherwise noted below.
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