Sass and less are both popular choices. We wanted to make it easy so that you could either one of them. We have left the code in the grunt file, just commented out. By default the grunt file is setup to handle Sass files, but can easily be modified to handle Less.
Different libraries and grids work best for different projects. We don't want to limit you to a particular grid or library. We have added several to choose from and more will be available in the future including additional jQuery & JS libraries.
All packages come with a grunt file to run through several tasks that process and minimize your code. We will be adding options for Gulp in the future. These files are fully editable if you wish to add your own grunt tasks as well.
You can download the default package, or you can build your own package if you choose. The package will come in a .zip. Unzip the download and then open your command line tool.
Now on the command line, we will
cd to the directory where we downloaded our build. And then run
sudo npm install. This will install all the npm packages that we need based on our Hammer package.
Now, after we have obtained all of our NPM dependencies, we will build our project for the first time, start a node.js server, and launch the web browser. Simply Run
grunt in the hammer directory.
Quickly start a new project and don't worry about the setup. We have your back on this one. Either select the default Hammer package or build your own custom feature package.
We have designated an easy folder structure to help you stay organized in your new project. It has a
src folder in each project to keep your main src files for further editing.
No more searching for libraries to do certain functions, or adding them to your
head element until it's over 20 lines of code. We add them to your project and optimize for you.
We have several options already pre-built into the default package, but to make it even better, we have several custom options you can add in the custom build section.
We build a full doc page when you customize or download the default package. These pages help guide you in using your package as you develop your web masterpiece. Coming soon...