Bootstrap 0 votes

Simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and Javascript for popular user interface components and interactions.

Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites.
It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.

Bootstrap is built with Less and was designed to work out of the gate with modern browsers in mind.

Bootstrap is tested and supported in major modern browsers like Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Firefox.

Bootstrap comes complete with compiled CSS, uncompiled, and example templates.

Elm 0 votes

The Elm Programming Language

The Elm programming language aims to make web development more pleasant. Elm is a type-safe, functional reactive language that compiles to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Elm's major distinguishing features are support for reactive programming and its focus on graphical user interfaces. Elm is also call-by-value and strongly / statically typed with type inference, so those of you already familiar with languages like Haskell or ML should be quite comfortable.

The language features mentioned above help catch errors in your code at compile time, but there are some errors that are external to your code, such as browser incompatabilities. By using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as an assembly language, Elm can avoid some of these problems.

Combine 0 votes

A small PHP script and some clever URL rewriting designed to speed up the loading of pages that use many or large css and javascript files.

It concatenate and compress CSS and JavaScript files.

Jammit-jcarnegie 0 votes

Jammit is an industrial strength asset packaging library for Rails,
providing both the CSS and JavaScript concatenation and compression that
you'd expect, as well as YUI Compressor and Closure Compiler compatibility,
ahead-of-time gzipping, built-in JavaScript template support, and optional
Data-URI / MHTML image embedding.

Authors: Jeremy Ashkenas, Jeff Carnegie
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/jammit-jcarnegie

E9 polls 0 votes

** NOTE - This gem depends on e9_base, but does not reference it. It WILL NOT FUNCTION for apps which aren't built on the e9 Rails 3 CMS **

== E9Polls

Provites a Poll renderable for the e9 Rails 3 CMS.

== Installation

  1. Include the gem and run the install generator to copy over the necessary files,
    then migrate.

    rails g e9_polls:install
    

    This will install the db migration, the JS and CSS required for the plugin to
    function properly, and an initializer.

    Modify the CSS as you see fit and the JS as required (carefully).

    Check out the initializer and modify if necessary. For non-Ajax fallbacks it uses
    the 'application' layout. This should be changed if the app doesn't use application
    layout as a sensible default.

  2. Migrate the database.

    rake db:migrate
    
  3. Finally, include the generated javascript and css (e9_polls.js and e9_polls.css)
    in the fashion suited to the app.

  4. There is no #4.

Authors: Travis Cox
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/e9_polls

Secobarbital-jammit 0 votes

Jammit is an industrial strength asset packaging library for Rails,
providing both the CSS and JavaScript concatenation and compression that
you'd expect, as well as YUI Compressor and Closure Compiler compatibility,
ahead-of-time gzipping, built-in JavaScript template support, and optional
Data-URI / MHTML image embedding.

Authors: Jeremy Ashkenas, Seggy Umboh
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/secobarbital-jammit

Sitefuel 0 votes

SiteFuel is a Ruby program and lightweight API for processing the source code
behind your static and dynamic websites. SiteFuel can remove comments and
unneeded whitespace from your CSS, HTML, and JavaScript files (as well as
fragments in RHTML and PHP) files. It can also losslessly compress your PNG and
JPEG images. SiteFuel can also deploy your website from SVN or GIT. Support for
more formats and repositories is planned for future versions.

Authors: wkm
Project URL: http://rubygems.org/gems/sitefuel
Source Code: http://github.com/wkm/sitefuel/
Mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/sitefuel/topics