Non-Rails Rackup with Sprockets, Compass, Handlebars, Coffeescript, and Twitter Bootstrap

Submitted by Christoph Olszowka 2012-03-26 12:31:07 UTC
Source:  https://gist.github.com/2143990

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Compass

Compass is a Sass-based Stylesheet Framework that streamlines the creation and maintenance of CSS.

Rubygem compass

Total Downloads
10428403
Releases
96
Current Version
1.0.3
Released
2015-01-15 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-09-12 01:00:00 UTC

Github chriseppstein/compass

Watchers
5403
Forks
1002
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Last commit
2014-05-09 00:17:23 UTC

bootstrap-sass

Twitter's Bootstrap, converted to Sass and ready to drop into Rails or Compass

Rubygem bootstrap-sass

Total Downloads
6935935
Releases
55
Current Version
3.3.4.1
Released
2015-03-18 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2011-09-06 00:00:00 UTC

Github twbs/bootstrap-sass

Watchers
7951
Forks
1719
Development activity
Less active
Last commit
2014-12-19 16:31:43 UTC
Contributors
30
Issues

coffee-script

Ruby CoffeeScript is a bridge to the JS CoffeeScript compiler.

Rubygem coffee-script

Total Downloads
21994072
Releases
28
Current Version
2.4.0
Released
2015-04-06 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-12-24 08:00:00 UTC

Github josh/ruby-coffee-script

Watchers
157
Forks
30
Development activity
Less active
Last commit
2015-02-25 17:04:29 UTC
Top contributors
Contributors
6

Sprockets

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

Rubygem sprockets

Total Downloads
33147678
Releases
74
Current Version
3.1.0
Released
2015-05-10 00:00:00 UTC
First Release
2009-02-09 06:00:00 UTC

Github sstephenson/sprockets

Watchers
2590
Forks
389
Development activity
Very active
Last commit
2015-01-20 07:50:34 UTC
Contributors
30
Issues
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