- HTML5 and CSS3
- Dynamic page loads
- Hardware accelerated transitions
- EdgeToEdge and Rounded lists
- Regular and Modal Overlays
For designers and developers working in rapid development environment, there is no alternative to a robust and flexible development framework – just like Foundation.
Foundation is a complete development framework for developing quick prototypes on a very responsive, 12-column grid layout system. Since it is based on a completely grid-based system, the framework allows you to develop web application for almost every type of device. The framework also includes sleek and modern UI elements that ultimately allow you to convert click-able prototypes into polished and read-to-deliver web application in almost no time.
Did you know you run your web applications on the same systems that power Google applications? Yes, you can; all you have to do is get hold of Google App Engine and start building your product on top of it. Google App Engine allows you to develop web applications faster and deploy them on Google’s infrastructure with no need to worry about hardware, patches or backups, or system’s stability.
Unlike other frameworks for Google App Engine, ApeJS is simple and lightweight; does not require you to load tons of libraries.
Tapku Library is an open source iOS framework for iPhone and iPad development. This mobile framework is built on Cocoa and UIKit intended for broad use in applications.
Tapku is super easy to integrate and offers a number of UI components including Coverflow, Progress Bars, Custom Table Cells, Graphs, HUDs and Calendar.
Today, we are sharing a framework to create Google+ Styled Buttons and Dropdown menus.
This is an easy to implement framework of Google+ styled buttons, icon buttons & dropdown menu buttons that look and work great in web applications.
Satchless is an eCommerce framework built with Python and Django. It provides all necessary tools to build full-blown online shop.
Satchless is a high level eCommerce framework that provides building blocks for an online shop. It’s based on Django web application framework and written in Python language. The aim of this project is to make each module independent and extensible.
The Fluid Baseline Grid System is an HTML5 & CSS3 development kit that provides a solid foundation to quickly design websites with ease.
The FBG system was built with typographic standards in mind and combines principals of fluid-column layouts, baseline grids and mobile-first responsive design into a resolution independent and device agnostic framework.
It is packed with CSS normalization, beautiful typographic standards, corrected bugs, common browser inconsistencies and improved usability.
If you are new to the development for iOS platform, iOS Bolierplate is just the right starting point for you. It is not a framework but provides basic building blocks that you would need to start your project. iOS Boilerplate is inspired by HTML5 boilerplate and supports iPhone / iPod Touch devices with iOS 4.0 or greater (with possibility of iPad support in future).
The basic intention of iOSBoilerplate is to provide basic set of code that developers can utilize, modify or extended to fit their needs. The current version provides: HTTP requests and an image cache (both in-memory and disk-based), UITableViews and UITableViewCells, and Maps and Location.
The Semantic Grid System is one of many modern frameworks (like Centage!) that allow you to provide CSS based grid layout system. It allows you to set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages, and achieve responsive layouts, all without any ugly .grid_x classes in your markup. It is powered by LESS.js.
Descript claims to offer a well-organized and object-oriented approach in the easiest and most legible way. It is obvious that other complex frameworks offer similar features but none of them is designed well enough to be easy to use and clear to understand.
- Java-like packages system
- Seamless integration
- Event driven development
- Easy debugging and runtime control with build-in Debug Console tool