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Using Semantic UI with Django on OSX
René Dohmen
May 21, 2015
1 min

I lately started working on some Django projects. The project started from scratch so my first choice was using bootstrap3 which has excellent Django integration. As there was a possibility that the project would be used for multiple projects we could use a fancy LESS or SASS based buildchain. A colleague pointed me to Semantic-UI and after some initial scepsis we tried to rewrite the existing bootstrap3 base template to semantic to see if it works.

Reinstall NPM and Node the correct way: Run the following commands to remove all existing global npm modules, uninstall node & npm, re-install node with the right defaults, install npm as its own pacakge, and configure the location for global npm modules to be installed. When using this way you easily install npm packages globally without needing root access and screwing up al kinds of other files on your mac.

Add this to ~/.bash_profile:

Make sure you execute your new bash settings, e.g. do a:

source ~/.bash_profile

Some info about this way of setting up node with npm was borrowed from: https://gist.github.com/DanHerbert/9520689

Then install gulp

npm install -g gulp

Install Semantic UI:

GIT version: git clone git@github.com:Semantic-Org/Semantic-UI.git cd Semantic-UI npm install

or

NPM version (easier with updates) npm install semantic-ui --save gulp build

Now it’s time to have some fun; browse the examples: cd examples open homepage.html

Or, use a custom theme

gulp watch

http://learnsemantic.com/developing/customizing.html


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