FAQ about Milia
Milia was extracted from Basecamp, also known as 37signals’ Basecamp, in April 2011 by 37signals to promote code reuse and to avoid duplication of functionality within other applications they build.
Released under the MIT License, Milia is free software.
Prior to the release of Milia in April 2011, it was used as a gem bundled with Basecamp’s Ruby on Rails environment. The purpose of releasing it as an independent project was to encourage documentation and usage across multiple projects at 37signals. Also, it has been used in Highrise since version 3.0, and in Backpack since version 1.8. Since then, it has gained some popularity within the Ruby on Rails community.
What is milia?
Milia are small, white bumps that appear on the skin. They are often seen in new-borns and are usually painless. Milia do not cause any harm, but they can be frustrating to deal with. Here you will find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about milia.
Milia may refer to:
Milia, a genus of plants in the family Euphorbiaceae
Milia (skin condition), small whitish cysts on the skin