dbootstrap

Bootstrap theme for Dojo

############## Dojo Bootstrap ##############

Bootstrap theme for Dojo.

.. image:: https://raw.github.com/thesociable/dbootstrap/master/resource/preview.png


Get The Code


$ git clone --recursive git://github.com/thesociable/dbootstrap.git

Build Requirements


To build the project locally you will need the following installed:

  • Python <http://www.python.org>_ >= 2.6,
  • Nodejs <http://www.nodejs.org>_ >= 10.5
  • Stylus <http://learnboost.github.io/stylus/>_ >= 0.31
  • Java <http://www.java.com>_ >= 7.0 (aka 1.7.0)

All other requirements are bundled as git submodules so make sure you have initialised them (the default when using --recursive with git clone)


Demo


For a live preview of the theme using Dojo’s Theme Tester, see http://thesociable.github.com/dbootstrap/

To build the demo locally:

#. Navigate to your clone of the repo::

$ cd /path/to/dbootstrap

#. Build it::

$ python build.py demo

.. note::

    If you like to see what is going on under the hood, run with a lower
    logging level::

         $ python build.py -v debug demo

#. Fire up a server::

$ cd build/demo
$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer 8000

#. Take a look::

Point your browser at http://localhost:8000/

Integration


Want to use the theme in your own project? Here’s a short guide to integrating it successfully.

Standalone Package

Useful if you just want a quick play of the theme with your project. For a better solution see the integrated build below.

#. Navigate to your clone of the repo::

$ cd /path/to/dbootstrap

#. Build just the theme::

$ python build.py theme

.. note::

    If you like to see what is going on under the hood, run with a lower
    logging level::

        $ python build.py -v debug theme

#. Copy (or link) the resulting package dbootstrap/build/theme/dbootstrap into the appropriate location in your project and ensure you notify Dojo about the location. One way to do this is through the Dojo config::

'packages': [
    ...,
    {
        location: '/path/to/dbootstrap',
        name: 'dbootstrap'
    }
]

#. Add a require call for dbootstrap. You must require dbootstrap before any Dijit widgets are loaded for the icons to work correctly::

require(['dbootstrap', ...], function(dbootstrap) {
    // Start application.
});

#. Add dbootstrap as a css class to your element::

<body class='dbootstrap'>

#. View your project as normal.

Integrated Build

#. Copy or link the dbootstrap/source/dbootstrap folder into your project (typically so that it is a sibling to your Dojo and Dijit packages). You will also need to link the xstyle and nib packages if you don’t already have them.

.. note::

   Only tested with Dojo 1.8+

#. Add the following to your build profile.js to include dbootstrap as a package and separate build layer::

packages: [
    ...
    'dbootstrap',
    'xstyle'
],

layers: {
    ...
    'dbootstrap/main': {
        include: [
            'dbootstrap/main',
            'xstyle/load-css'
        ],
    }
}

.. note::

    If you have placed your dbootstrap package somewhere that isn't
    directly accessible as a child directory of your *basePath* then you
    must use the fuller package syntax in the packages list::

        {
            location: '/path/to/dbootstrap',
            name: 'dbootstrap'
        }

#. In your main application entry point (or index.html) require the dbootstrap package before any Dijit widgets are loaded::

require(['dbootstrap', ...], function(dbootstrap) {
    // Start application.
});

#. Add dbootstrap as a css class to your element::

<body class='dbootstrap'>

#. Add to your build process relevant calls to Stylus to compile the CSS files into one dbootstrap.css file::

$ stylus --include path/to/dbootstrap/nib/lib \
         --include path/to/dbootstrap/theme/dbootstrap \
         path/to/dbootstrap/theme/dbootstrap/index.styl

$ mv path/to/dbootstrap/theme/dbootstrap/index.css \
     path/to/dbootstrap/theme/dbootstrap/dbootstrap.css

.. note::

    The CSS build must happen before the Dojo build is performed as the
    generated css file is required as part of the build. Therefore, the css
    file is built in the source tree to be copied to the build directory
    during the Dojo build step.

#. Build your project and view as normal.


Community


Reporting Issues

Bugs or enhancements can be reported by opening an issue at https://github.com/thesociable/dbootstrap/issues.

When reporting a bug, please try to provide the following information:

* Affected browsers and Dojo versions.
* A clear list of steps to reproduce the problem.
* If the problem cannot be easily reproduced then please include an example
  reduced test case (for example, as a `Gist <https://gist.github.com>`_).

If you would like to propose a fix for a particular issue then you are welcome to fork dbootstrap, create a branch and submit a pull request. Please note that a Dojo CLA <http://www.dojofoundation.org/about/cla>_ is required for any non-trivial modifications.


Copyright and license


Copyright © 2012-2013 Martin Pengelly-Phillips

Available under either the terms of the modified BSD license or the Apache License, Version 2.0. As a recipient of dbootstrap, you may choose which license to receive this code under.

The text of the BSD and Apache License, Version 2.0 licenses is available in the LICENSE.txt file.

Font-Awesome

The icons are provided by the excellent Font-Awesome team at http://fortawesome.github.com/Font-Awesome/

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