Amicus: your expert toolkit for rapid web prototyping
What is it?
Amicus now comes with a mobile-first responsive grid system by default (see
source/stylesheets/grid/_magic.sass). Based on the Susy "Magic" grid system, it's ready to customize for your projects.
How do I use it?
Start by installing Bundler, if you don't already have it:
gem install bundler
Then just download the latest source or if you prefer, clone the repository down to your local machine:
git clone http://github.com/nathos/amicus.git my_new_project
Finally, do a
bundle install to install the required gems -- even Middleman itself!
middleman to do your live development and
middleman build to render your static file output to the
For full Middleman documentation, visit the Middleman website.
Middleman now supports project templates. To use Amicus as a template, clone the Git repository into
~/.middleman, like so:
git clone http://github.com/nathos/amicus.git ~/.middleman/amicus
then use the new template argument for the
middleman init command:
middleman init my_new_project --template=amicus
What other cool stuff is in here?
Susy is the default grid system.
An included Ruby helper method to generate image placeholders, powered by Holder.js.
Comments & Suggestions?
Following the lead of HTML5 Boilerplate here...
- HTML5 Boilerplate: MIT license
- Normalize.css: MIT license
- Modernizr: MIT/BSD license
- jQuery: MIT/GPL license
- Susy: MIT license
- MIT license -- see LICENSE.md