A Stylus-powered frontend toolkit based on Bootstrap.
Landscape is currently in early stages of development and breaking changes will most certainly be introduced. Recommended use for development purposes only.
To get started -- checkout the docs!
To install Landscape you must have nodejs installed.
$ npm install -g landscape
For automatic generation of linear gradient PNGs, install node-canvas (does not currently work on Windows):
$ npm install -g canvas
Note: You can install the packages locally by omitting the
-g switch, but for ease of use it's recommended to install them globally.
First you need access to Landscape within Stylus, this can be done with the Stylus executable or programatically.
$ stylus --use landscape mytheme.styl
For more info, see Stylus docs.
var landscape = ;...stylus;
Make a copy of the bootstrap theme and then change the variables inside
config.styl to suite your needs.
To make your app use your theme, just point it to your
theme.styl file and Stylus should do the rest.
You will have to clone the git repo, since the docs are not included in the npm package.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:esnme/landscape.git
Also make sure you get the submodules.
$ git submodule update --init
Install all npm packages and then run
$ cd docs$ docs/ npm update$ docs/ node app.js
Note: If you're running Windows you will have to uncomment the canvas package in
Since Stylus is extremely lenient code-wise (you can omit braces, colons and semi-colos) we have put this tiny coding convention in place for Landscape:
$color = #aaa.buttoncolor: $colorpadding: 4px 10px
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