Whether you're building a new web application from scratch or creating a mobile-first, responsive website, Base is very easy to learn and use.
Before you start using Base, please make sure you have the following tools and basic knowledge:
Below are a few ways to get the latest build:
git clone email@example.com:matthewhartman/base.git
npm i getbase
bower i base
After extracting Base, you will find the following file structure at the top level:
base/ |-- dist/ |-- src/ |-- bower.json |-- changelog.markdown |-- gulpfile.js |-- package.json |-- readme.markdown
A breakdown of the files and folders are as follows:
`dist`:this is where the final state of your application is compiled into.
`src`:you work on your application / website in here.
`bower.json`:the bower file.
`changelog.markdown`:the change log file (this can be deleted).
`gulpfile.js`:the GulpJS configuration file.
`package.json`:the packages required for the GulpJS configuration.
`readme.markdown`:the read me file for Base (this can be deleted).