It depends what extension are you using for the CSS. I am currently using bootstrap-sass which is currently most popular one based on rubygems downloads. It is easy to integrate into existing project and also to start a new one. Twitter-bootstrap-rails has additional view helpers to build bootstrap layout. Others I haven't tried. But these two are the most popular ones.
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On May 2, 2013, at 22:55 , Jon Seidel <[address removed]> wrote:
What do you consider to be the best approach for getting twitter bootstrap into a rails application: less-rails-bootstrap, twitter-bootstrap-rails, sass-twitter-bootstrap, or something else?
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