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eggshell

eggshell

Simple SASS scaffolding for prototyping Web/mobile apps, built on top of node-bourbon.Just some sass file build on top of node-bourbon project.

Requirements

Installation

To install as a development dependency, run:

$ npm install --save-dev eggshell

If you need it in production, replace --save-dev with --save.

gulp.js Usage

Using the gulp-sass plugin.

var gulp = require('gulp');
var sass = require('gulp-sass');
 
gulp.task('sass', function () {
  gulp.src('test.scss')
    .pipe(sass({
      includePaths: require('eggshell').includePaths
    }))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('dist'));
})
 

See more from the example folder.

Settings

eggshell comes with a set of colors, sizes and fonts set up as defaults, all declared in _variables.scss:

/* Colors */
 
$blue: #1F8DD6 !default;
$green: #50CD84 !default;
$yellow: #FFC65E !default;
$orange: #FF8859 !default;
$red: #FF5F5F !default;
$purple: #8B66CB !default;
$black: shade(desaturate($blue, 40%), 60%) !default;
$line: tint($black, 85%) !default;
$grey: tint($black, 60%) !default;
$light: tint($black, 98%) !default;
 
/* Spacing */
 
$gutter: 20px !default;
$radius: 2px !default;
 
/* Sizes */
 
$pico: 10 !default;
$micro: 11 !default;
$small: 12 !default;
$smaller: 14 !default;
$normal: 16 !default;
$larger: 18 !default;
$large: 24 !default;
$huge: 32 !default;
$gigantic: 48 !default;
 
/* Font */
 
$font: 'Open Sans', Arial, sans-serif !default;

If you intend to override these values, simply assign a default value before importing eggshell in your SASS file:

$blue: #0066cc; // New value for blue
 
@import 'egghshell';

This will replace $blue with the #0066CC value instead of the #1F8DD6 default.

License

MIT