Current frameworks don't teach people anything much about web development, so over the last few months I have published an eight part guide to assembling your own SASS framework that works the way you do.
This kickstarter is the result of that series.
It's time we started to think.Download
If you want to know more about the way it works, read the series.
If you are using MIDAS in this way you can safely ignore or delete
gulpfile.js from your project.
Alternatively you can use Gulp to handle the compiling (and a lot of other stuff like image compression and JS concatination).
Next pull up a terminal and
cd into your MIDAS folder. Run the following:
npm install --save-dev
Then simply run:
Midas will auto compile and reload browsers when you save SASS & JS files.
It's a small detail but a lot of RWD sites forget to make the typography adapt to screen size. MIDAS does not make that mistake. It scales text based on the perfect fourth ratio and is configurable via variables.