[Seaside] Twitter Bootstrap and Magritte
nick.ager at gmail.com
Mon May 28 14:47:08 UTC 2012
I would go with Twitterbootstrap - it has widespread adoption, and
encompasses considerably more than blueprint.
- ideally I'd like to update the "standard" templates to use Twitterbootstrap
On 28 May 2012 15:23, Gastón Dall' Oglio <gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm making right now some templates for pier, and I can't to decide to use
> Blueprint or TwitterBootstrap :(
> Pier templates for blog currently use Blueprint, but I guess that Bootstrap
> is the better choise for make something from cero (like me).
> Any comment/thought is welcome :). Thanks in advance.
> 2012/3/23 Nick Ager <nick.ager at gmail.com>
>> Hi Jan,
>>> I extended the code a little with a subclass of MAReport so you can use
>>> Bootstrap to style your tables/reports. Including the pagination controls.
>> Thanks that's a fantastic addition. I've
>> updated http://twitterbootstrap.seasidehosting.st/
>>> I am working on a web application that is based on jQueryUI and the
>>> Blueprint CSS Framework. Perhaps I can replace Blueprint with Bootstrap. It
>>> seems that Bootstrap has a lot more to offer than Blueprint. I think I will
>>> still need jQueryUI for the datepicker and dialog controls.
>> Bootstrap supports dialogs - which it calls modals
>> Last time I looked they were not as functional JQueryUI dialogs though
>> bootstrap is developing so quickly that if it doesn't do what you need now,
>> it could soon...
>> BTW: I integrated the JQueryUI date picker with Magritte -
>> see MAJQDateInputComponent in Magritte-JQuery
>> of http://source.lukas-renggli.ch/magritte3addons
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