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      bootstrap-framework

      Gradle plugin for integrating the Bootstrap Framework

      Owner: kensiprell | 1.0.3 | Nov 7, 2017 | Package | Issues | Source | License: Apache-2.0

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      dependencies {
          compile 'com.siprell.plugins:bootstrap-framework:1.0.3'
      }
      
                  

      This plugin is no longer maintained.

      Gradle plugin for integrating the Bootstrap Framework and Font Awesome

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      Bootstrap bills itself as "the most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web."

      Font Awesome is the "iconic font and CSS toolkit."

      If you have a question, suggestion, or want to report a bug, please submit an issue. I will reply as soon as I can.

      Highlights

      • The Bootstrap version can be configured in your application's build.gradle file, which means you do not have to install a different version of the plugin to get a different Bootstrap version, nor do you have to wait on a plugin update to use the latest Bootstrap release.

      • The plugin can also manage Font Awesome files, including LESS support.

      • The plugin supports the asset-pipeline-core plugin and its less-asset-pipeline module out of the box.

      Sample Application

      This Grails sample application demonstrates how to use the plugin.

      Installation

      Add the following lines to your application's build.gradle file. The commented-out lines show the plugin default values, and if you are using Grails, they are not required for the plugin to work. See the Configuration Options section for the details.

      buildscript {
          ext {
               //bootstrapFramework = [
               //    version             : "3.3.5",
               //    cssPath             : "grails-app/assets/stylesheets",
               //    jsPath              : "grails-app/assets/javascripts",
               //    useIndividualJs     : false,
               //    useLess             : false,
               //    invalidVersionFails : false,
               //    fontAwesome : [
               //       install             : false
               //       version             : "4.3.0",
               //       useLess             : false
               //       invalidVersionFails : false
               //    ]
               //]
          }
          repositories {
              jcenter()
          }
          dependencies {
              classpath "com.siprell.plugins:bootstrap-framework:1.0.3"
          }
      }
      
      apply plugin: "com.siprell.plugins.bootstrap-framework"
      

      Configuration Options

      The following options can be configured in the bootstrapFramework Map.

      bootstrapFramework.version

      Use the property below to change the Bootstrap Framework version used by your application.

      version : "3.3.1"
      

      bootstrapFramework.cssPath

      Use the property below to define the location where the Bootstrap CSS, fonts, and LESS files are copied.

      cssPath : "src/main/web-app/resources/css"
      

      bootstrapFramework.jsPath

      Use the property below to define the location where the Bootstrap JavaScript files are copied.

      jsPath : "src/main/web-app/resources/js"
      

      bootstrapFramework.useIndividualJs

      If the property below is set to true, the plugin will copy all individual JavaScript files to "${bootstrapFramework.jsPath}/bootstrap". Otherwise, it will only copy the bootstrap.js file to the directory.

      useIndividualJs : true
      

      bootstrapFramework.useLess

      If the property below is set to true, the plugin will copy all Bootstrap Framework LESS and mixin files to "${bootstrapFramework.cssPath}/bootstrap/less".

      useLess : true
      

      invalidVersionFails

      The invalidVersionFails property can be configured individually for bootstrapFramework and bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome. When the property is at its default of false and you have entered an invalid version number, the plugin will search the build/tmp directory for other versions of the appropriate zip file and use the one with the highest version number. It will also display a warning message in the console.

      You can disable this behavior by setting this property to true. If the plugin cannot download the version you specified, it will throw an org.gradle.api.InvalidUserDataException.

      bootstrapFramework = [
          invalidVersionFails : true
          fontAwesome : [
              install : true,
              invalidVersionFails : true
          ]
      ]
      

      bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome.install

      If bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome.install is set to true, the plugin will install the Font Awesome fonts using the default plugin version without LESS support.

      bootstrapFramework = [
          fontAwesome : [
              install : true
          ]
      ]
      

      bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome.version

      You can change the Font Awesome version by setting the bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome.version property.

      bootstrapFramework = [
          fontAwesome : [
              install : true
              version : "4.2.0"
          ]  
      ]
      

      bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome.useLess

      You can add LESS support for Font Awesome by setting the bootstrapFramework.fontAwesome.useLess property.

      bootstrapFramework = [
          fontAwesome : [
              install : true
              useLess : true
          ]  
      ]
      

      How the Plugin Works

      The plugin downloads the appropriate Bootstrap or Font Awesome zip file and copies it to your application's build/tmp directory. The plugin will extract the necessary files and copy them to the directories defined by the bootstrapFramework.cssPath and bootstrapFramework.jsPath properties.

      The files are copied into the directory trees shown below. It is important that you do not put any files in the two bootstrap directories ("${bootstrapFramework.cssPath}/bootstrap" and "${bootstrapFramework.jsPath}/bootstrap") or the font-awesome directory ("${bootstrapFramework.cssPath}/font-awesome") because they will be overwritten.

      The bootstrap-all.js, bootstrap-all.css, bootstrap-less.less, font-awesome-all.css, and font-awesome-less.less files are generated for the asset-pipeline plugin if you are using Grails or the word "assets" is contained in the bootstrapFramework.jsPath property.

      Directory bootstrapFramework.jsPath:

      |    bootstrap-all.js
      |----bootstrap/
      |    |    affix.js
      |    |    alert.js
      |    |    bootstrap.js
      |    |    etc.
      

      Directory bootstrapFramework.cssPath:

      |    bootstrap-all.css
      |    bootstrap-less.less
      |----bootstrap/
      |    |----css/
      |    |    |    bootstrap-theme.css
      |    |    |    bootstrap.css
      |    |----fonts/
      |    |    |    glyphicons-halflings-regular.eot
      |    |    |    etc.
      |    |----less/
      |    |    |    alerts.less
      |    |    |    badges.less
      |    |    |    etc.
      |    |    |----mixins/
      |    |    |    |    alerts.less
      |    |    |    |    background-variant.less
      |    |    |    |    etc.
      |    font-awesome-all.css
      |    font-awesome-less.less
      |----font-awesome/
      |    |----css/
      |    |    |    font-awesome.css
      |    |----fonts/
      |    |    |    FontAwesome.otf
      |    |    |    etc.
      |    |----less/
      |    |    |    animated.less
      |    |    |    etc.
      

      User Task

      You can use the task shown below to display the default Bootstrap Framework and Font Awesome versions used by the plugin.

      ./gradlew bootstrapFrameworkVersions
      

      or

      ./gradlew bFV
      

      The output will be similar to:

      3.3.5 is the default Bootstrap Framework version.
      4.3.0 is the default Font Awesome version.
      

      Glyphicons

      The Glyphicons icons are available as described in the Bootstrap Components section of the Bootstrap Framework documentation.

      Asset Pipeline Usage

      The remaining sections outline how to include Bootstrap Framework and Font Awesome in your application using the asset-pipeline-core plugin and its less-asset-pipeline module.

      JavaScript

      The instructions below assume the manifest file is in the grails-app/assets/javascripts directory.

      Add all Bootstrap JavaScript Files

      Add the line below to a manifest:

      //= require bootstrap-all
      

      Or add the line below to a GSP:

      <asset:javascript src="bootstrap-all.js"/>
      
      Add individual Bootstrap JavaScript files

      Ensure you set the parameter below to true as described above:

      bootstrapFrameworkUseIndividualJs = true
      

      Add a line similar to the one below to a manifest:

      //= require bootstrap/bootstrap-affix
      

      Or add the line below to a GSP:

      <asset:javascript src="bootstrap/bootstrap-affix.js"/>
      

      Stylesheets

      The instructions below assume the manifest file is in the grails-app/assets/stylesheets directory.

      Add all Bootstrap and Font Awesome CSS Files

      Add the lines below to a manifest:

      *= require bootstrap-all
      *= require font-awesome-all
      

      Or add the lines below to a GSP:

      <asset:stylesheet src="bootstrap-all.css"/>
      <asset:stylesheet src="font-awesome-all.css"/>
      
      Add individual Bootstrap CSS Files

      Add the line below to a manifest:

      *= require bootstrap/css/bootstrap-theme
      

      Or add the line below to a GSP:

      <asset:stylesheet src="bootstrap/css/bootstrap-theme.css"/>
      

      LESS

      Add LESS Files

      Add the lines below to a manifest:

      *= require bootstrap-less
      *= require font-awesome-less
      

      Or add the line below to a GSP:

      <asset:stylesheet src="bootstrap-less.css"/>
      <asset:stylesheet src="font-awesome-less.css"/>
      

      LESS Customizations

      If LESS support is configured for either Bootstrap Framework or Font Awesome, the plugin will create the appropriate LESS file in your application's bootstrapFramework.cssPath directory. If you later decide not to use LESS, the plugin will delete the LESS and mixin files, but it will not delete the bootstrap-less.less or the font-awesome-less.less file. Should you decide to turn LESS support back on, your customized LESS files will still be available.

      Use bootstrap-less.less for customizing the Bootstrap Framework:

      /*
      * This file is for your Bootstrap Framework less and mixin customizations.
      * It was created by the bootstrap-framework plugin.
      * It will not be overwritten.
      *
      * You can import all less and mixin files as shown below,
      * or you can import them individually.
      * See https://github.com/kensiprell/bootstrap-framework/blob/master/README.md#less
      */
      
      @import "bootstrap/less/bootstrap.less";
      
      /*
      * Your customizations go below this section.
      */
      

      Use font-awesome-less.less for customizing Font Awesome:

      * Font Awesome by Dave Gandy - http://fontawesome.io
      *
      * This file is for your Font Awesome less and mixin customizations.
      * It was created by the bootstrap-framework plugin.
      * It will not be overwritten.
      *
      * You can import all less and mixin files as shown below,
      * or you can import them individually.
      * See https://github.com/kensiprell/bootstrap-framework/blob/master/README.md#font-awesome-less
      */
      
      @import "font-awesome/less/font-awesome.less";
      
      @fa-font-path: "/assets/font-awesome/fonts";
      
      /*
      * Your customizations go below this section.
      */
      
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