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Fuselage is a sass-based, mobile-first front-end framework aimed at developer productivity and structural composability. With a sensible grid, refreshing typographic defaults, and nifty features, it's a great starting point for almost any project.
# bower $ bower install fuselage
$ npm install fuselage
Make sure you have npm installed.
brew install node if you don't.
$ which npm # /path/to/npm
Install the project dependencies
# in the project root $ npm install
Run the project
$ gulp serve
Fork the project and create a feature branch.
$ git checkout -b my-cool-feature
Develop your feature or bugfix. All code should have a four space indentation. Then proceed to commit your changes. Use present tense, and close the corresponding issue (if applicable).
$ git commit -m 'Add some feature. Fix #123.'
Push to your fork.
$ git push origin my-feature
Create a new pull request and stay tuned for either feedback or the green light. Thanks for helping :+1:
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