14 May '13, 3am

A SASS with Bootstrap Workflow via @pivotallabs

So you’ve decided to start a project with Twitter Bootstrap , but you want to use SASS (SCSS) ? Well, this is the post for you. Here are some tips from my current workflow for starting a SASS with Bootstrap project. DISCLAIMER: there many ways to slice this cake. So please, take what you like and leave what you don’t! A Typical File Structure In the stylesheets source folder, I generally only have one primary SASS file, that imports all others. If you are using a Rack app, do not use sprockets directives here , just SASS. Depending on your stack, you will have some place where you have a stylesheets/ folder. Within that folder, I typically set up a basic folder structure that looks like this: application.sass/libraries_variables.sass _mixins.sass /vendor_bootstrap.scss _bootstrap-responsive.scss bootstrap/_accordion.scss _alerts.sass _breadcrumbs.sass etc… /components_tabl...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/sass-with-bootstrap/

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