Fancy Buttons 1.0 Released
Check out the changelog for a full look at what’s new.
To get the latest
gem install fancy-buttons.
Wait a sec… you skipped 0.6 - 0.9; what are you trying to pull? Here’s the deal. Some slick new Sass features are coming and when they do, I’ll be doing some exciting stuff with fancy buttons that I couldn’t do before. That may mean leaving behind some current mixins and it will be easier for people to look to the 1.* version to get their legacy fix instead of trying to remember to use 0.6.1 or something.
In 2.0 I’ll be building on the upcoming Sass features named variables and lists along with
@extend and other goodies to make it even easier to use fancy buttons. I also want offer a variety of button styles like these and allow you to modify them or create your own without much effort. Just pick a style, a color and go.
For a project that I use all the time, it’s pretty lame that there’s really no documentation to speak of except a few blog posts and demo video that is way out of date. In the mean time, while I await more Sass awesomeness, I’ll be working to make sure 1.0 has good support with a new improved screen cast and thorough documentation with examples.
I’ll be posting some of that goodness soon.