UIkit is a lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces.
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You have following options to get UIkit:
- Download the latest release
- Clone the repo,
git clone git://github.com/uikit/uikit.git.
- Install with Bower:
bower install uikit
You find the compiled UIkit distribution in its own repo.
First of all, install Node. We use Gulp to build UIkit. If you haven't used Gulp before, you need to install the
gulp package as a global install.
npm install --global gulp
If you haven't done so already, clone the UIkit git repo.
git clone git://github.com/uikit/uikit.git
Install the Node dependencies.
cd uikit & npm install
gulp to lint, build and minify the release.
gulp [-t themename]
The built version of UIkit will be put in the
/dist subdirectory. Pass a theme name parameter to only build the specified theme.
gulp sync a new browser instance will open, pointing to the uikit folder -
http://localhost:3000/. The browser window will reload anytime you modify a source file.
Run gulp with your own prefix parameter
gulp -p myprefix
UIkit follows the GitFlow branching model. The
master branch always reflects a production-ready state while the latest development is taking place in the
Each time you want to work on a fix or a new feature, create a new branch based on the
git checkout -b BRANCH_NAME develop. Only pull requests to the
develop branch will be merged.
UIkit is maintained by using the Semantic Versioning Specification (SemVer).
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Copyright and License
Copyright YOOtheme GmbH under the MIT license.