Ink is a set of tools for quick development of web interfaces.
It offers a fluid and responsive grid, common interface elements, interactive components, a design-first approach with ease of use and simplicity at its core. Start integrating Ink in your projects and remove the hassle of building the basics, staying free to focus on what's important.
Page layout for tomorrow.
Set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages.
All without any .grid_x classes in your markup. Oh, and did we mention it's responsive?
Runs on LESS, SCSS, or Stylus.
Metro UI CSS a set of styles to create a site with an interface similar to Windows 8 Metro UI. This set of styles was developed as a self-contained solution.
Metro UI CSS contained type of license: MIT.
Metro UI CSS is made with LESS. It makes developing systems-based CSS faster, easier, and more fun.
A lot is said about LESS and Sass, and for good reason. CSS is hell to get right and even harder to maintain. LESS and Sass (and similar tools) make CSS into a much more useful language.
But when people talk about why they are so great, they miss the main point. It is true that your style files are now shorter and more readable. However, there is something deeper going on than mere saving of keystrokes and being able to name things.
In this essay, I will try to put into words (and some pictures) what my intuition tells me as a developer and programming language enthusiast to clarify why CSS is innately unmaintainable, does not satisfy its own design goals, and why LESS and Sass make a bad language more bearable. I also will propose solutions which would raise the bar past the high level where LESS and Sass have taken it.
Easily convert old CSS to fresh new LESS — As easy as copy/paste.
Here I comes with the next article in this article series. This article is about Nested Rules in LESS CSS. But before starting this article let’s have a look at what we have a covered so far.