Welcome to Bedrock.
Bedrock is a powerful tool that lets you prototype complex web applications and document design systems.
For the full documentation, please check out the Bedrock website.
Basic installation & first run
- First, make sure you have Node 8.3 or later installed. You can find the latest version of Node at Nodejs.org.
- You need to have
gulpinstalled globally to use Bedrock.
npm install -g gulp.
- Install the project's dependencies:
gulpto start your project.
gulp: runs the prototype
gulp build: create a build (which ends up in the
distfolder) that can be deployed to a server
See the README at https://github.com/mono-company/bedrock-cli .
Using icon fonts
- If you want to use icon fonts you need more dependencies than just node. Icon font generation is optional. Set
bedrock.config.jsto activate icon fonts.
- In order for the icon font generation to work, install the required gems using
bundle install. You will need Bundler for this. We depend on a Ruby gem called
fontcustom. Bundler will install the required dependencies.
Windows usage is not supported at the moment.
We have used Bedrock on Windows successfully though. If you encounter any Windows related bugs, please log them under issues.
Bedrock is MIT licensed.