It will be a fully modular webstarter kit, for creating & deploying static website/webapps.
Right now is just a non-modular starter kit, but we'll get there.
- A computer.
npm install -g qnorr
Directly from gitHub: using ssh:
npm install -g git+ssh://email@example.com:whitesmith/qnorr.git
npm install -g git+https://firstname.lastname@example.org:whitesmith/qnorr.git
npm install -g https://github.com/whitesmith/qnorr
To get started with a new project, just run
qnorr new <project-name>. A new folder will be created under
project-name with the default scaffolding and tools (see below) for Qnorr, with git init-ed for you as well.
More documentation regarding deployment/usage can be found in the README.md of your newly created project folder.
In future quick overview guides will be created for some specific packages (Templating, CriticalCSS to name a few), in the meantime refer to packages own docs
|Responsive boilerplate||Inherits all the good parts of your also good ol'friend Sassqit aligned with current Whitesmith Best Practices|
|Swiper Slider||By iDangerous, if you need to quickly prototype touch related interactions or simply display a nice responsive carousel|
|EditorConfig||Uniform spaces and tabs across text editors. Add it to your texteditor, your teammates will like it.|
|Optional critical path CSS||run
|Page speed Tests||Brought to you by google page speed insights. After deployment run
Take Look at Issues & Board tabs.
To all open-source packages listed on
package.json (we'll put a comprehensive list here soon),
inuitcss for the ongoing css inspiration which is the foundation of this kit, Google web starter kit which inspired the creation of this project and
ember-cli from which a lot is borrowed on how to make the installer work.