Today’s featured Ruby gem provides users with a Ruby on Rails MVC framework an administration dashboard that comes with an out of the box user interface. This gem allows developers to manage data using a web-based UI. The UI comes with lots of documentation that’ll enable any RoR developer to get going on its project, […]
Would you like to build a website in a fast and easy way, but don’t know what front-end framework to use? Why not to test some of them and see which one will work best for your project? For instance, you can start with Bootstrap. Bootstrap is a powerful front-end framework that was built at […]
Bourbon Neat is an open source grid framework built on top of Sass and Bourbon which is easy to use, flexible to customize, and can run in minutes with no hassles. It’s powerful enough to handle what you throw in and makes it easy to create responsive layouts. By using media () mixins, you can […]
What is WordPress Dashboard? Wordpress dashboard is the first page that you encounter when you log into your blog administration area. The “default page” allows you to see everything that is happening with your blog, from the main posts, stats, recent comments, wordpress news, and any plugins/widgets or updates you might be interested in. You, […]
Gridless is an awesome HTML5 and CSS3 framework for making responsive, cross-browser websites with beautiful typography. Gridless has a simple approach on markup and styles. There aren’t any pre-made grid systems and the CSS isn’t littered with silly classes. Gridless is only a starting point, that should be edited to suit each project’s needs.
Spiffy UI is a Java framework, but it doesn’t require Java. You can run it on any web server. We really mean it. If it can serve files then it can host Spiffy UI. Spiffy UI applications are running on all the major Java J2EE servers as well as servers running PHP, Erlang, and node.js.
Perkins is a HTML5/CSS3 Framework created by designers and developers to make their life a bit easier. It has a basic HTML5 template including many of the supported tags, a set of LESS stylesheets and mixins for common tasks such as creating navigation, rounded corners, gradients and much more.
G5 Framework started as a personal project. In an attempt to speed up workflow, reuse the best coding practices & similar coding techniques, the framework serves as a starter file for new websites. G5 is a framework for building PHP-powered HTML5 websites which makes use of popular resources.
inuit.css is built to work on smaller screens (such as tablets) and tiny screens (such as phones) straight out of the box with minimal effort. inuit.css has basic support for new HTML5 elements.