Using Rails

As a web development shop which tech stack includes Rails as the main development tool, we provide a gem which plays well with any Rails app, you can check it out at, it includes all the styling and jQuery plugins.

Add the compass-rails gem to the Gemfile.

  gem 'compass-rails', '~> 1.1.2'

After including the compass-rails gem, you need to add the furatto gem to your Gemfile.

  gem 'furatto'

Configuring Furatto

In order to add Furatto to the project, run the following command:

  rails g furatto:install

Manual installation

Add the following line to you app/assets/stylesheets/application.css file:

  /*= require furatto */

If you want Sass support, you will have to change the application.css to application.scss, and add the following line:

  @import "furatto_and_overrides";

Add Furatto to your JS manifest

Add the following line to you app/assets/javascripts/application.js file:

  //= require furatto

Set Viewport Width for responsiveness

Add the following line the <head> tag of your layout:

  <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0" />

Rails gem

For more information on how to setup your Rails project checkout the full documentation or better yet, checkout the starter kit we also use when kicking off a new project.