Front-end Drupal with Bootstrap and SASS

Get help with your front-end Drupal project by using some of today's most popular technologies. Leveraging Bootstrap and SASS will make it easier to tap into the larger developer community.

We'll explore how to make the most of a few well-maintained Drupal modules and themes that will minimize your markup and make your site more HTML5+CSS3 friendly.

OUR SPEAKER
Brian Danin is a Senior Developer at CSE and specializes in digital media, web development, video, photography, Drupal, and PHP. He has worked for the Georgia Institute of Technology, Turner, CNN, the Univserity of British Columbia, and more. He's originally from the small mountain town of Manitou Springs, a few miles from Colorado Springs, CO.

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We will have food and refreshment sponsored by LEHAN Partners.  Thanks also to our sponsors  Matrix Resources for the meeting space, and to TRC Professional Solutions for helping with organization and planning. 

AGENDA
6:15 pm - Networking
6:45 pm - ADUG Business and Introductions
7:00 pm - Program

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  • Barb P.

    We all enjoyed Brian Danin’s presentation “Front-end Drupal with Bootstrap and SASS” back in May. The video is now available at: http://vimeo.com/102867822

    November 26

  • Brian Z D.

    Here is a starter theme that gets everything setup and ready.
    https://drupal.org/node/2116345

    This assumes you have a Compass-Bootstrap setup running. I usually use command-line to compile and watch my code, but you can also use code-kit.

    For Thursday, I will be focussing on Bootstrap 3.x.
    These are the basic gems you need installed to compile the SASS (other instructions are linked in the Drupal link above):

    bootstrap-sass (3.x)
    compass (0.12.x)
    sass (3.2.x)

    1 · May 6, 2014

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