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Picnic CSS

Picnic CSS gives your native HTML elements a boost so that you don’t have to mix your presentation classes with your HTML. It’s entirely modular so that each part can be easily modified and tested.Install it with bower and you will be able to integrate Picnic in any project and make it work for you.Picnic […]

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cutestrap

Cutestrap – Sassy, Opinionated CSS Framework

Cutestrap is a sassy, opinionated CSS Framework. A tiny alternative to Bootstrap. It supports Vertical Rhythm, Consistent pattern for form fields, 8kb minified, Smart defaults for all default elements (Conventional), CSS specificity is very low in the class hierarchy (Configurable), Solid foundation for a living styleguide using KSS. It is released under MIT License. get […]

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Milligram-A minimalist CSS framework

Milligram provides a minimal setup of styles for a fast and clean starting point. Just it! Only 2kb gzipped!It’s not about a UI framework. Specially designed for better performance and higher productivity with fewer properties to reset resulting in cleaner code. get it here

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bonsai

Bonsai.js – An Intuitive Graphics API and SVG Renderer

Bonsai is a lightweight graphics library with an intuitive graphics API and an SVG renderer. Bonsai’s main features include: Architecturally separated runner and renderer, iFrame, Worker and Node running contexts, Shapes, Paths, Assets (Videos, Images, Fonts, SubMovies), Keyframe and regular animation (easing functions too), Shape/path morphing and much more… get it here

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spectacle

Spectacle – A ReactJS Presentation Library

Spectacle is a React-powered presentation library. With Spectacle you can write slides with JSX. It supports tags like <Deck>, <Slide>, and there are even layout tags for making text appear in the right place without too much fiddling about with CSS. It even supports a presenter view, so you can see the next side and […]

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Material Design Lite by Google

Yesterday Google announced the release of Material Design Lite. Not, as the name might imply, a streamlined version of Material Design; rather, a framework for easily implementing Material Design on websites. In the year since Google unveiled Material Design at I/O 2014, it has changed Google’s not-inconsiderable output beyond recognition. Everything from Google Drive to […]

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ExpandJS – Built with Polymer & Google’s Material Design

ExpandJS is a modular library with 80+ custom elements and 350+ utility functions to kickstart your Web Applications. The elements are built upon Polymer and follow Google’s Material Design guidelines, allowing for beautiful and responsive interfaces. The utility library is an extension of lodash, adding more functions and introducing checks for unexpected arguments. It is […]

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Outline – The Clean Responsive CSS Framework

Outline is a simple CSS starter responsive boilerplate for any new web project, created by Matt Harris. It’s a modular, mobile-first framework which includes todays best practices for responsive design and core components I use on every project. Outline is designed to be a starting point. A solid foundation for your project, leaving the creativity […]

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Create Cross Platform Desktop Applications with HTML5

The Electron framework lets you write cross-platform desktop applications using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. It is based on io.js and Chromium and is used in the Atom editor. You can use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with Chromium and Node.js to build your app.Electron is open source; mantained by GitHub and an active community. Best of […]

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