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SCSS framework built to scale


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FullStack UI

What is FullStack UI?

FullStack UI is a SCSS framework built to make front end UI development fast and scalable. This project is under active development and is not recommended for production use at this time.

Architecture

  • CORE: Framework core
  • TOOLS: Mixins and functions
  • SETTINGS: Site-wide settings
  • GENERIC: Low-specificity, far-reaching rulesets and classless elements
  • OBJECTS: Objects, abstractions, and design patterns (e.g. .media {})
  • COMPONENTS: Discrete, complete chunks of UI (e.g. .carousel {})
  • UTILITIES: High-specificity, very explicit selectors. Overrides and helper classes (e.g. .u-hidden {})

Getting Started

The best way to start using FullStack UI is with NPM.

Download and install Node. Node comes with npm installed, so all you have to do is update it:

$ npm install npm@latest -g

Now you can install this framework:

$ npm install fullstack-ui --save

Navigate to node_modules/fullsack-ui/

Copy index.scss to your project's root CSS folder.

Update the import paths to point to the framework:

@import "node_modules/fullstack-ui/palettes/palettes.default";

You'll need something to compile the app. node-sass is an option.

$ npm install node-sass --save-dev

You can have nodemon watch for SCSS and compile on save.

$ npm install nodemon --save-dev

Add this to your package.json. The build script takes the first argument as the source directory and the second as the destination. Adjust these as needed:

"scripts": {
  "build:css": "node-sass src/scss/index.scss src/css/index.css",
  "watch:css": "nodemon -e scss -x \"npm run build:css\"",
}

Finally, run this:

$ npm run watch:css

Don't forget to <link> index.css in your project's <head> and you're ready to roll!


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Last updated on 01 Nov 2016

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