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bootswatch-rails - Bootswatches converted to SCSS ready to use in Rails asset pipeline.

  •    Ruby

This gem is meant to be used with bootstrap-sass. It gives you complete scss versions of bootswatches for use in your Rails asset pipeline, just like bootstrap-sass gives you scss version of bootstrap itself. When using bootstrap-sass, it's recommended to avoid sprockets in your stylesheets. In order to do that you simply rename your application.css file to application.css.scss, remove all sprockets comments, and instead use sass @import commands. These commands are smart enough to fully support asset pipeline load paths, thanks to sass-rails gem.

bower-bootswatch-flatly - Flatly theme for Twitter Bootstrap (Bower package)

  •    CSS

This is a Bower component for Flatly theme for Twitter Bootstrap library (v2.3.2). Flatly theme is part of the [Bootswatch]:(https://github.com/thomaspark/bootswatch) project.

gatsby-starter-bootstrap-netlify - Bootstrap and netlify CMS starter for Gatsby

  •    Javascript

It follows the JAMstack architecture by using Git as a single source of truth, and Netlify for continuous deployment, and CDN distribution. Follow the Netlify CMS Quick Start Guide to set up authentication, and hosting.

abba - Apache Bootstrap & Bootswatch Autoindex

  •    CSS

No more ugly autoindex! ABBA allows you to quickly and easily customize your Apache autoindex. With a fully responsive design, multiple templates and customized error pages, ABBA is here to make the web look awesome.

piwigo-bootstrap-darkroom - A mobile-ready and feature-rich theme for Piwigo photo gallery, based on Bootstrap 4

  •    Smarty

The build process is based on npm scripts and uses common shell functions, so it might not work on Windows. See package.json for available script commands.

bootswatch-dist - Distribution packages for bootswatch themes.

  •    Javascript

Bootswatch themes are updated from Github API and placed in a particular branch here, in this repo, with Bootstrap scripts, glyphicon fonts and a proper bower configuration. These themes are managed through both versions and branches. bootswatch-dist packages are updated on daily periods with a build system connecting Github API. Every theme is released with versions. For example 3.3.0 version of Yeti theme is released with 3.3.0-yeti version identifier on branch yeti. Therefore, both tags and branch names can be used while installing a theme through bower. With bootswatch-dist, Bootswatch themes are easily installed via bower.