Bootswatch http://bootswatch.com/ ; free theme
To leverage that we have a gem that is designed to do just that.
Add the following in your Gemfile
Do a bundle install
Browse to the following folder, app/stylesheets/application.css.scss
Now test to see if this works. if you are looking to change the theme, just replace simplex with the name of the theme from Bootswatch.
With K2 Blackpearl’s neat function to integrate with Microsoft Sharepoint it allows us to build complex workflow revolving around different line of business system as well as Sharepoint.
But what if we want to share this Workflow with more than 1 site collection?
This may change in future but as of now, at least with Blackpearl version 4.6.4 we are unable to link one workflow project with more than 1 site collection, unless we deploy it across the multiple ones.
The solution: Using a custom event handler from Microsoft Sharepoint and decoupling the integration from the K2 Workflow with Microsoft Sharepoint.
Let me know if anyone need more heads up on this.
Note: This is tested on K2 blackpearl 4.6.5
The twitter-bootstrap gem provide a nice set of design template for all programmer out there and allow for more time to be devoted in the functionality instead of design.
Setting up the Bootstrap-sass from thomas macdonald. Shoutout to his github url for the project https://github.com/thomas-mcdonald/bootstrap-sass
Step 1: Setup the GemFile
Step 2: Bundle Install
do a bundle install from the terminal.
Step 3: application.js
Add the following line above the /= require_tree,
/= require bootstrap
Step 4: application.css
Locate the following file app/assets/stylesheets/application.css
Add the following line in the application.css file
Save the file as application.css.scss
Step 5: Done
We are now good to go.