Html5 for Rails
1. In your Gemfile
group :assets do gem 'sass-rails' gem 'coffee-rails' gem 'uglifier' gem 'compass-h5bp' end gem 'jquery-rails' gem 'html5-rails' # Optional: to generate haml # gem 'haml-rails' # Optional: to generate slim # gem 'slim-rails'
2. Install your bundle
$ bundle install
3. Run the generator
$ rails generate html5:install
(Here's what it does)
4. And you're done!
To see other generators available run:
$ rails generate html5:layout --help $ rails generate html5:partial --help $ rails generate html5:assets --help
By default your Google Analytics code snippet will be hidden until you set your Google Account ID.
You can do this by either setting
google_account_id in config/html5_rails.yml.
compass-h5bp gem is not a runtime dependency, but it does need to be
included in your assets group for development and asset precompiling to work.
 If you use
haml-rails gem), the install
generator will prompt to remove your application.html.erb layout so that
application.html.haml will be used instead.
 For the time being, you will want to add the following line to config/production.rb so that polyfills are precompiled on deploy:
config.assets.precompile += %w( polyfills.js )
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