CSS for clean and fast web apps
Copy all the contents of the release folder to your desired project.
- Link the CSS into your page
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/topcoat-mobile-light.min.css">
*Alternatively incorporate the css into your build process if you are so inclined.
Start by checking out our Backlog.
*We use Huboard to keep our issues organized into a backlog.
- Fill out the CLA here
- fork the repo
Create a branch
git checkout -b my_branch
Add your changes following the coding guidelines
Commit your changes
git commit -am "Added some awesome stuff"
Push your branch
git push origin my_branch
make a pull request
For the details see our Engineering Practices.
For performance tests, see test/perf/telemetry/README.md.
Topcoat uses Grunt to build
Open the terminal from the topcoat directory
Install npm *comes packaged with node.
Install its command line interface (CLI) globally
npm install -g grunt-cli
Install dependencies with npm
*Topcoat uses Grunt 0.4.0. You might want to read more on their website if you haven't upgraded since a lot has changed.
gruntin the command line to build the css.
- The results will be built into the release folder.
- Alternatively type
grunt watchto have the build run automatically when you make changes to source files.
See Release Notes on the wiki.