Ember-cli, broccoli, bootstrap & sass

Ember-cli is the new hotness in the Ember world for generating new applications. The build process for ember-cli is provided by broccoli, a relatively new build tool. Trying to get a Sass version of Twitter bootstrap to play nicely with ember-cli turned out to be a bit of a challenge. Both ember-cli and broccoli are under heavy development, so I imagine that the process for using something like bootstrap-sass will become much easier in the very near future. The solution presented here is a quick and easy way to get things working today, but hopefully there will be an easier and more elegant long-term solution.

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Introducing HandlebaRss

HandlebaRss is a JavaScript based RSS viewer that uses handlebars templates for easy customization. It's really easy to use and is a great way to display RSS feeds on static sites.

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Hi, I'm Jeremy.

I’m an entrepreneurial, full-stack web engineer.  I do some occassional public speaking, and I'm helping to organize the OkcRuby developer group.

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