Bootstrap is Twitter's toolkit for kickstarting your site or app's CSS. It includes base styles for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grid layout, navigation, alerts, and more. To get started -- check out the Bootstrap docs.
- Assets are namespaced in twitter/bootstrap to avoid asset conflicts.
jquery-rails gem. Finally, add
less-rails-bootstrap and run
# Gemfile gem 'therubyracer' # If using Ruby gem 'therubyrhino' # If using JRuby gem 'jquery-rails' # If using Bootstrap's JS plugins. gem 'less-rails-bootstrap'
Get the full Bootstrap stylesheet with a single line in your
/* *= require twitter/bootstrap */
In case when you just want to modify several LESS variables (i.e. change text color, etc.) and don't want to thinking about Full Control & Customization you can run Rails generator:
rails generate less_rails_bootstrap:custom_bootstrap
It generates three files:
app/assets/stylesheets/custom_bootstrap/custom_bootstrap.less- auto-generated file base on bootstrap.less file from original Twitter Bootstrap. Don't modify it!
app/assets/stylesheets/custom_bootstrap/variables.less- in this file you can override Twitter Bootstrap variables or define own
app/assets/stylesheets/custom_bootstrap/mixins.less- in this file you can override Twitter Bootstrap mixins or define own
Then just add single line to
/* *= require custom_bootstrap/custom_bootstrap */
Please see the less-rails-bootstrap-test repo for examples that customize the CSS output by using LESS. The "CSS Tests Suites" section of the README and code is what you want to focus on. Also, check out the LESS syntax.
application.js, require jQuery first. Now you can add all the Bootstrap plugins with a single line.
//= require jquery //= require jquery_ujs //= require twitter/bootstrap
Or include plugins individually.
//= require jquery //= require jquery_ujs //= require twitter/bootstrap/modal //= require twitter/bootstrap/alert
This gem will directly track the semantic versioning of the Twitter Bootstrap project. Our major and minor versions will always match to theirs, though we may have tiny patch level releases specific to this gem.
This gem is fully tested from Rails 3.1 to 4.1. We run our tests on Travis CI in both Ruby 1.9, 2.0, 2.1, and jRuby 1.9 mode. If you detect a problem, open up a github issue or fork the repo and help out. After you fork or clone the repository, the following commands will get you up and running on the test suite.
$ bundle install $ bundle exec appraisal install $ bundle exec appraisal rake test
We use the appraisal gem from Thoughtbot to help us generate the individual gemfiles for each Rails version and to run the tests locally against each generated Gemfile. The
appraisal rake test command actually runs our test suite against all Rails versions in our
Appraisal file. If you want to run the tests for a specific Rails version, use
rake -T for a list. For example, the following command will run the tests for Rails 3.2 only.
$ bundle exec appraisal rails32 rake test
Our current build status is: read more in our CONTRIBUTING file.
Twitter Bootstrap Project: http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap
Copyright 2011 Twitter, Inc.
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Less::Rails is Copyright (c) 2011 Ken Collins, firstname.lastname@example.org and is distributed under the MIT license.