So I’m migrating a site from Rails 4 to Rails 5 and from Twitter Bootstrap to Thoughtbot Neat/Bourbon Suite…
And there’s a lot of pain involved. Not to mention the new Neat 2.0 changes that need to be realized and mastered.
I know I should have done it in a more methodical way but I always choose the hard way. And since this is not a client proposed change/upgrade I can take my time and learn from the chaos. For me, learning the hard way sticks.
My specific question is focused on the scrollspy behavior.
It’s prepackaged in a scrollspy.js file in Bootstrap.
I’m 99% sure that Thoughtbot doesn’t have a parallel file.
I’ve seen some attempts at simplified scrollspys and I’ve tried to coax it to do what I want and I know I can force it but (not that I know any better than anyone else) but they seem dirty and smelly attempts. I’d like it to be clean and efficient code.
Anyone have a scrollspy starting point that I can leverage?.. that doesn’t use extra element ids or css attributes?
Thanks in advance.