I'm not very good at CSS and with Twitter's Bootstrap framework, I've actually been able to create some good looking apps. But if I wanted to install a Padrino app on a customer's site, I'm sure they will want the admin interface to match the app...which will be using the bootstrap system.
There is a branch for it, maybe you can try your luck with it:
If it works well, tell us.
i hope it work :D (i m using it in production, with slim)
@WaYdotNET you are not the only one, I know several others that do too ;).
+1 Using @WaYdotNET's fork (with haml and sequel) ... There is one downer though: I'm missing erb integration.
Closed since @WaYdotNET's bootstrap version was already integrated. Btw, I'm working on a few changes to it to improve usability, stabilise them across all supported renderers, tweak scripts, etc. Hope to be releasing a PR sometime tomorrow.
@dariocravero i'm working with new twitter bootstrap master (i'm wating 3.0 ) with few change:
in this time i have change:
Hey @WaYdotNET, great news!.. Perhaps we can work on this together? Some of the changes I did are related to those you're mentioning and some go a bit deeper. I'll push my working branch within the next few hours so you can review it and let me know what you think; we could then do a Skype call to outline how we should move forward?