As said in the title, I get an error message when I try to access my localhost:3000.
The message is :
I try to get rid of '//= require bootstrap-sprockets' in the application.js file but when I do that, the style is completly broken.
Thank you for your advices in advances and have a sweet day :)
Looks like you have a version issue here.
The 188.8.131.52 gem version of bootstrap-sass specifies an import with
//= require bootstrap-sprockets
Whereas your version seems to be the 184.108.40.206. It specifies an import like this :
You can also load individual modules, provided you sort out any related dependencies.
//= require bootstrap-scrollspy //= require bootstrap-modal //= require bootstrap-dropdown
You should fix your gem version in your gemfile to 220.127.116.11 and use the correct way to call the lib.
Thank you very much for the tip.
At first I tried to put "gem 'bootstrap-sass', '~> 18.104.22.168'" in the Gemfile and it turned out I got no error message but big display problems, mainly in the menu.
So I finally changed the Gemfile version to "gem 'bootstrap-sass', '~> 3.4', '>= 3.4.1'" and put back '//= require bootstrap-sprockets' in application.js and now it works perfectly :)
This is because I struggle installing some gems like social_stream. And now I'm trying to install mailboxer. Would you know a good gem for messaging/social purpose ?
Anyways thank you for your advice which has been a very good help for me :) Have a nice day mate
Yeah, even better if you're using a more recent version of bootstrap.
In terms of messaging/social purpose I would suggest to develop those features by yourself. There are not too complicated and it is better to control your features than to force yourself to use a library that will probably end up causing you more troubles than solutions.
It is based on my personal experience.
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