I know of a gem to use twitter-bootstrap with Rails, but I don’t like such solutions because of dependency. If I use it then twitter-bootstrap upgrade it’s versions, I will have to wait gem to catch up those upgrades. Even github helps us to collaborate really straightforward, but sometimes two steps solutions make problems more complicated.
This is a memorandum to use twitter-bootstrap with Rails WITHOUT any gems. I don’t know it’s a right way but it’s well enough for me.
Download and place files under “vendor”
After creating a new rails project, download twitter-bootstrap, then place files under vendor directory.
It is almost 2 years since I wrote on this blog. I have a feeling that I have had many words to say, but mostly forgotten those details.
About earthquate. About my family. About my work. About encounted robbery(it’s not a joke). I tried many times to write something both Japanese and English but I was fed up with full of exaggerations in my Japanese and with poor vocabulary in English.
Anyway, I’ll restart to write about programming or something :)