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kobaltz PRO said 18 days ago on users Using Bootstrap Themes :
  salochara try adding a viewport in the head of your layout

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">

kobaltz PRO said 18 days ago on users Reusable Ruby on Rails Application Templates :
  mcfoton  Generators would be something that already exists within the project either through a generator in the lib/generators or from a gem added into the application. This is great for gems to provide installation assistance or for repeatable features. However, if you have to add new features/functionality to your application, the generators are not there for you to consume. This is where application templates can come into play where you add new functionality via an external source.

kobaltz PRO said 14 days ago on users Reusable Ruby on Rails Application Templates :
  elvira mamedova When I created Rubidium, it was something that didn't exist in the community and I wanted to build a service which others would find useful. I think that competition is healthy and good for the community. People will find what works for them.