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Tag Archive: framework

  1. Bridle JavaScript Charting Library

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    Bridle is a repository of charts built following the reusable chart paradigm. The library is in its infancy, and still requires a bunch of work. We decided to still use d3 to invoke the chart, so that you can integrate them in your d3 workflow as seamlessly as possible:

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  2. Snugug/toolkit for SASS and Responsive Design

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    Think of Toolkit as your swiss army knife for Progressive Enhancement and Responsive Web Design. Those little bits and bobs that make your life easy and you want to reuse throughout projects but never really had a place to put? They’re here, and they’re designed to make your life happy. Toolkit is broken out into individual pieces, so grab what you want, grab what you need, or grab the lot; the choice is yours.

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  3. LungoJS – Mobile Framework… and stuff.

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    Meet the first Mobile Framework that uses the actual features of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.

    The Core Features include
    Make Apps for iOS, Android & Blackberry devices.
    Leverages the capabilities of current mobile devices.
    Easy implementation of HTML5 features like WebSQL, Orientation, Connection and more…
    Capture touch events like swipe, tap, doubletap…
    Easy to extend with Sugars to sweeten your apps.
    Fully customizable design.
    Distribute Apps in Mobile Stores or in websites.

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  4. elefontpress/rwd-grid-example

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    Following up from last weeks excellent article on vertical responsiveness, Bearded have shared their very own responsive grid on GitHub. Jolly good show chaps!

    https://github.com/elefontpress/rwd-grid-example

  5. Introducing Foundation 3.1, Now with HTML Templates! by ZURB

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    We’ve been working hard over the last couple weeks to incorporate new features into Foundation that make it even better than before! Today we are excited to announce the release of version 3.1 of Foundation, go get it now at http://foundation.zurb.com.

    http://www.zurb.com/article/1070/introducing-foundation-31-now-with-html-t

  6. Mobify.js JavaScript for client-side adaptation

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    Mobify.js is a framework for client-side adaptation of any site to any device. It consists of four key parts:

    a JavaScript snippet that does device detection and bootstraps the adaptation. This is known as the Mobify.js tag and needs to go right after the head tag.
    the tag loads the Mobify.js payload file that contains a series of operations that adapts the DOM constructed from the original source to an object that can be rendered with client-side templates. This final HTML produces a DOM that you see on your mobile browser.
    mobify-client, which is a cross-platform command line program that runs within the Node.js runtime for creating fresh projects, building for production and deploying Mobify.js projects.
    a set of modules that contain common, reusable design and code elements that serve as a showcase of building for mobile first. These modules have been tested across a wide range of devices and should significantly speed up development.

    http://www.mobify.com/blog/introducing-mobify-js/

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