FireShell is something I’ve been working on over the last few weeks, but is the result of years worth of experience and wanting to enhance the workflow for teams and front-end development. FireShell is one little package that does exactly this.
check out the video below for a full overview on getting started with FireShell, or check out the site.
The main three aspects of FireShell include:
Table of Contents
A cutting edge take on the HTML5 boilerplate with some HTML5 semantics and WAI-ARIA roles for baseline semantic markup and web accessibility.
Sass OOCSS setup
CSS structure for small projects and scaling big, a fantastic setup to get your Object-Orientated CSS scaling. Ships with fully adaptive folder hierarchies.
- HTML5 framework, WAI-ARIA roles and HTML5 semantics
- Baseline HTML5 features, DNS prefetching, responsive meta
- Encourages one-file CSS/JS in the view (HTML) for performance
- Includes jQuery CDN and relative fallback
- Includes Modernizr and HTML5 Shiv
- Google Universal Analytics snippet
- Open source workflow with Grunt.js running on Node.js
- A grunt.command file for double-click command-line execution
- Automatic Grunt dependency installation, directory relocation and grunt tasks
- Dynamically appended copyright for JS/CSS
- Livereloading the browser and file injection upon changes
- Annotated Gruntfile.js for extending
- Pre-setup Sass/SCSS files and folders for baseline project structure and imports
- Includes .editorconfig for consistent coding styles in IDEs
- Standard .gitignore to ignore minified files and standard ignorables such as .DS_Store
- No superfluous code comments