CodeBlender aims to provide simple atomic site structures, that can be reused across multiple projects. Built upon the fantastic Middleman these HAML partials are created to be understood; the main reason we did not encapsulate them into a GEM. Simply symlink the partial/_library folder into the new project and include them.
Utilising the Bootstrap CSS framework each partial encompasses many defaults, such as accessibility, micro-formats and layout. Making this project a must when it comes to rapid prototyping of UX ideas. Still work in progress we aim to have full coverage of all Bootstrap elements and more.
|Angular Style Guide||https://github.com/johnpapa/angular-styleguide|
|Bootstrap SASS Official||https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap-sass|
|String Augmented Reality||http://www.poweredbystring.com/|
|Look at Flikr Badges - www.flickr.com/about/goodies/|
|Create an AddThis partial in social section|
|Check out github.com/mledoze/countries - include into dropdowns etc|
|Add a variable for the theme of the syntax highlighter in the config file|
|Create a partial to display a cookie panel on the page|
|Create an editable view of the possible configuration options|
|Create and document a crossdomain.xml file - use builder also|
|Create a coming soon / maintenance layout|
|Need to put the body data tags back into the layout|
|Need to be able to change the doctype and HTML aspects from the config|
|Add the base ref to the config|