Scaffold out a LESS front-end web app
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|Version||0.4.10 last updated 13 days ago|
|Keywords||yeoman-generator, web, app, front-end, h5bp, modernizr, less, jquery, grunt|
|Dependencies||yeoman-generator, cheerio, chalk|
Edited default Yeoman generator for scaffolding out a front-end web app with Twitter Bootstrap in LESS
- CSS Autoprefixing (new)
- Built-in preview server with LiveReload
- Automagically compile CoffeeScript & LESS
- Automagically lint your scripts
- Automagically wire up your Bower components with bower-install.
- Awesome Image Optimization (via OptiPNG, pngquant, jpegtran and gifsicle)
- Mocha Unit Testing with PhantomJS
- Optional - Twitter Bootstrap 3 (in LESS)
- Optional - Leaner Modernizr builds (new)
For more information on what
generator-lessapp can do for you, take a look at the Grunt tasks used in our
npm install -g generator-lessapp
gruntfor building and
grunt servefor preview *
Third-party dependencies are managed with bower-install. Add new dependencies using Bower and then run the Grunt task to load them:
bower install --save jquery grunt bowerInstall
This works if the package author has followed the Bower spec. If the files are not automatically added to your index.html, check with the package's repo for support and/or file an issue with them to have it updated.
To manually add dependencies,
bower install depName --save to get the files, then add a
style tag to your
index.html or an other appropriate place.
The components are installed in the root of the project at
/bower_components. To reference them from the
grunt serve web app
index.html file, use
src="/bower_components". Treat the references as if they were a sibling to
Testing Note: a project checked into source control and later checked out, needs to have
bower install run from the
test folder as well as from project root.
Grunt Serve Note
grunt server was previously used for previewing in earlier versions of the project and is being deprecated in favor of
Skips the automatic execution of
npmafter scaffolding has finished.
mocha. Can be switched for another supported testing framework like
Add support for CoffeeScript.
See the contributing docs
Note: We are regularly asked whether we can add or take away features. If a change is good enough to have a positive impact on all users, we are happy to consider it.