Sprockets

Sprockets

Sprockets is a Rack-based asset packaging system that concatenates and serves JavaScript, CoffeeScript, CSS, LESS, Sass, and SCSS.

Rubygem sprockets

Total Downloads
19415864
Releases
45
Current Version
2.12.1
Released
2014-04-17 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-02-09 06:00:00 UTC

Github sstephenson/sprockets

Watchers
2203
Forks
300
Development activity
Very active
Last commit
2014-03-14 21:49:55 UTC
Contributors
57
Issues

Resources

Submitted Type Title
2012-10-16 07:12:17 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
yetimedia.tumblr.com referencing Ruby on Rails, Sprockets, and sprockets-rails 1  
2012-05-22 20:26:54 UTC
by Ezekiel Templin
Blog Post
blog.alexmaccaw.com referencing Sprockets and coffee-script 1  
2012-05-07 15:53:23 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
jimneath.org referencing Ruby on Rails and Sprockets 1  
2012-03-26 12:31:07 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Cheatsheet
gist.github.com referencing Compass, bootstrap-sass, coffee-script, and Sprockets 2  
2011-11-10 16:30:54 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
opinionatedprogrammer.com referencing Ruby on Rails and Sprockets 4  
2011-11-03 07:35:07 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
nepalonrails.tumblr.com referencing Compass, Sass, Ruby on Rails, and Sprockets 0  
2011-09-05 16:19:13 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Screencast
railscasts.com referencing Ruby on Rails and Sprockets 2  
2011-08-17 15:28:00 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Blog Post
www.igvita.com referencing Ruby on Rails and Sprockets 1  
2011-05-12 12:59:20 UTC
by Christoph Olszowka
Guide
aledalgrande.posterous.com referencing Ruby on Rails, Haml, and Sprockets 0  

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