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The Pattern Lab Standard Edition for Mustache is the evolution of Pattern Lab 1. Pattern Lab is still, at its core, a prototyping tool focused on encouraging communication between content creators, designers, devs, and clients. It combines platform-agnostic assets, like the Mustache-based patterns, with a PHP-based
builder. Pattern Lab 2 introduces the beginnings of an ecosystem that will allow teams to mix, match and extend Pattern Lab to meet their specific needs. It will also make it easier for the Pattern Lab team to push out new features. Pattern Lab Standard Edition for Mustache is just one of the four PHP-based Editions currently available.
You can play with a demo of the front-end of Pattern Lab at demo.patternlab.io.
To use the basic features of Pattern Lab to compile patterns, you must have PHP 5.4+ installed. On Mac OS X Pattern Lab should work
out of the box. If you're on Windows you can download PHP from PHP.net. Pattern Lab comes with its own built-in web server.
Pattern Lab uses Composer to manage project dependencies. It's required if you want to install Pattern Lab using Composer's
create-project command or if you want to upgrade Pattern Lab in the future.
There are two methods for downloading and installing the Standard Edition for Mustache:
The fastest way to get started with Pattern Lab's Standard Edition for Mustache is to download the latest pre-built version from the releases page.
Pattern Lab uses Composer to manage project dependencies.
create-project command to install the Standard Edition for Mustache into a location of your choosing. To create a project do the following:
composer create-project pattern-lab/edition-mustache-standard patternlab2-example && cd $_
1to install the demo StarterKit
This will install the Standard Edition for Mustache along with the demo StarterKit into a directory called
patternlab2-example. You will be automatically dropped into
patternlab2-example/ when the install is finished.
Note: If you clone or download this repository and use
composer install to install the project dependencies you'll need to type the following to install the demo StarterKit:
Otherwise you'll have a very bare set-up of Pattern Lab.
After installing do the following to start and view Pattern Lab:
php core/console --server --with-watch
You should now be able to open http://localhost:8080 to see your generated site. Any changes you make in
./source/ will automatically rebuild your site and reload your browser.
As you get more comfortable with Pattern Lab you can integrate it with a Gulp or Grunt workflow and drop some of the native Pattern Lab features like automatic browser reload. You can also check out the list of plugins.
Obviously Pattern Lab is deeper than the install process. Check out the documentation to learn about how to use patterns, how to modify the data used to populate those patterns, and about some advanced features.
Pattern Lab 2 was a complete rewrite and reorganization of Pattern Lab 1. Learn about the changes. After installing the Standard Edition for Mustache do the following to migrate from Pattern Lab 1 to Pattern Lab 2:
./sourcefrom your old project to your new install
Everything else should work without changes.
The source code for Pattern Lab 1 is still available for download.
The Standard Edition for Mustache installs the following components:
pattern-lab/core: GitHub, Packagist
pattern-lab/patternengine-mustache: documentation, GitHub, Packagist
pattern-lab/plugin-reload: GitHub, Packagist
pattern-lab/styleguidekit-assets-default: GitHub, Packagist
pattern-lab/styleguidekit-mustache-default: GitHub, Packagist
To list all available commands type:
php core/console --help
To list the options for a particular command type:
php core/console --help --[command]
It's been a long wait but Pattern Lab 2 for Mustache is now out. For the most part a Pattern Lab 1 project should work with minimal changes in Pattern Lab 2. Here is a non-exhaustive list of new features in Pattern Lab 2:
These are the features of Pattern Lab 1 that have become plugins:
These are the features of Pattern Lab 1 that have been removed in Pattern Lab 2:
This release wraps up all of the minor changes that have been made to Pattern Lab 1 since the last release in August 2014.
Pattern Lab is now using semantic versioning for release versioning. This is being done for two reasons. The first is an acknowledgment that Pattern Lab is being used by a number of people in production environments. The second reason is that the next release will break backwards compatibility and we want to be able to clearly convey that. There are no real differences between
v0.7.12 of Pattern Lab and