Boilerform is designed to be straight-forward to implement. In its most basic form, you can drop a CSS file into your head with the following snippet:
<link rel="stylesheet" media="all" href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/gh/hankchizljaw/[email protected]/dist/css/boilerform.min.css" />
Then all you need to do is wrap your elements in a
.boilerform wrapper. It could be something like this:
<!-- Add all of your boilerform elements in here 👍🏼 -->
You can also take compiled CSS and HTML from the dist directory of this repository, if that’s what you prefer.
If you want a bit more control, you can work with the Sass and Pattern Library. This is where the source of Boilerform lives.
To compile assets, you can run the following commands in your terminal:
npm run watch will compile your assets and watch for further changes
npm run build will compile your assets into a production ready state in the
The pattern library is powered by Astrum. You can find detailed documentation here.