Bookstrap is a HTML framework for making book apps.
Bookstrap requires Node.js to be installed with npm. Node version >= v0.8.x is recommended.
npm install -g grunt-cli npm install
Make sure grunt is installed globally and install the project dependencies.
This will start a web server. The local web address is printed on the console.
Make sure you edit .less files only. To re-compile your LESS automatically, run the following command.
This will generate files in the "dist" folder.
Follow the Apache Cordova Getting Started guide for your platform. Once you have created your project, remove the www folder and replace it with www folder in this repository.
/Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --allow-file-access-from-files
4. Open index.html in Chrome
This will make sure Chrome can read local files using AJAX.
Launch terminal and enter the following commands
cd your/path/to/bookstrapgrunt server
Open your browser at http://localhost:4000
See the Wiki page for further information.
Click on "Issues" to report a bug or feature request. Pull requests are welcome.
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