Active assets 0 votes

A Railtie that provides an asset management system for css, javascript, and sprites in your Rails applications and engines. ActiveAssets includes two libraries, ActiveExpansions and ActiveSprites. ActiveSprites generates sprites defined by a dsl similar to a route definition. Similarly, ActiveExpansions' dsl creates ActionView::Helpers::AssetTagHelper javascript and stylesheet expansions, and adds additional features
Authors: Sam Woodard
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Rspec tag matchers 0 votes

rspec_tag_matchers provides an implementation of rspec_on_rails'
have_tag() matcher which does not depend on Rails' assert_select().
Using Nokogiri instead, the matcher is available to non-Rails projects,
and enjoys the full flexibility of Nokogiri's advanced and blazing fast
CSS and XPath selector support. Forked from rspec_hpricot_matchers.

Authors: Kyle Hargraves
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Install theme 0 votes

Use any HTML template as a theme generator for your Rails app.

Installs an HTML template, and its CSS, JavaScript and image assets into
your Rails app, ready to go in an instant.

You just tell it which DOM elements are special, e.g. where to
put the <%= yield %>, load your app in the browser and see the theme
in action.
Authors: Dr Nic Williams
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Guilded 0 votes

Guilded intends to provide a toolset for creating and consuming reusable web components. Currently, this problem domain is filled with JavaScript frameworks. These frameworks are wonderful and work very well. However, they do not degrade gracefully and are not accessible (in most cases). Guilded seeks to provide the same level of “componentization” and ease of use without sacrificing degradability and accessibility. Guilded will achieve these goals by applying each technology at our disposal (HTML, CSS and JavaScript) to do as it was intended.
Authors: Jason Harrelson
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Bourbon 0 votes

The purpose of Bourbon Vanilla Sass Mixins is to provide a comprehensive framework of
sass mixins that are designed to be as vanilla as possible. Meaning they
should not deter from the original CSS syntax. The mixins contain vendor
specific prefixes for all CSS3 properties for support amongst modern
browsers. The prefixes also ensure graceful degradation for older browsers
that support only CSS3 prefixed properties.

Authors: Phil LaPier, Chad Mazzola, Mike Burns
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