Frameworks

  • JavaScript Framework Fundamentals

    In this article, we look at JavaScript Frameworks. To write this article I drew upon the expertise of two people, TJ Van Toll, and Ran at Wildebeest. Both gave me insight into JavaScript frameworks and when to use them — or not. One of the key things to realize is that regardless of the framework you use, you’re […]

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  • 9 Exciting Open Source Sass Frameworks

    Every CSS developer should know about Sass to see what it offers. This superset of CSS has revolutionized stylesheets many like jQuery revolutionized JavaScript. And alongside many CSS UI frameworks we also have SCSS/Sass frontend frameworks. Most of these are flattering new though gaining traction quickly. We’ve curated 9 of a best giveaway SCSS frameworks […]

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  • Dentsu Aegis Network acquires The Customer Framework in London

    Dentsu Aegis Network acquires The Customer Framework in London Dentsu Aegis Network has acquired London-based selling mutation consultancy The Customer Framework (TCF). TCF will join Dentsu Aegis Network’s tellurian clients group and will be referred to as TCF – partial of Dentsu Aegis Network. from Pocket http://ift.tt/2rmspCP via IFTTT

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  • 20 Sleek Material Design Frameworks For Web Designers

    Join the Material design trend by using one of these 20 sleek Material design frameworks to build your websites on! Nowadays, the popularity of Material design has increased significantly, so that it’s becoming a more and more used web design style.  Using a Material design framework has its perks. One of these being the fact that […]

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  • New & Upcoming Course Highlights: Entity Framework Data Concurrency

    Eden Neuendorfwrites on June 15, 2017 Every week, new courses and workshops are published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here’s a short list of what we’ve added recently, upcoming course highlights, and our weekly video update of What’s New at Treehouse. Start learning to code today with a free trial on Treehouse. NEW WORKSHOP Entity […]

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  • 20 Best Ruby Frameworks Web Developers Can Use

    Ruby is a professional programming language that has increased in popularity over the years. It was created by Yukihiro Matsumoto and it includes all that you need to ease the development process. It offers an intuitive interface with well-organized components. Ruby is useful for creating multipurpose projects and also managing them in time. It offers a dynamic […]

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  • Wing – Minimalist CSS Framework Web Designers Want

    The frontend ecosystem is full of open-source frameworks made to improve your development process. Usually, everyone wants something different from these frameworks; some people look for aesthetics while others want speed or usability. Wing is a newer framework and a minimalist’s best friend. It comes with a default grid setup, custom elements, and components that […]

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  • Browse Open Source WordPress Frameworks on IncludeWP

    From WordPress theme designers to plugin developers, they all benefit from building on frameworks. It saves time to work with existing WP code and you don’t need to worry about bugs or security flaws. Over the past decade, the WordPress ecosystem has grown a lot. There are dozens of frameworks to pick from and they […]

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  • Best Forum CMS Frameworks To Launch An Online Community

    Community forums are a huge part of the web. They’ve been around since the late 90s and over time web forums have only grown larger with dozens of forum CMS’ on the market. Running a forum is a lot of work. It’s one reason why so many people prefer running Facebook groups or subreddits. But […]

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  • Free CloudFlare UI Framework for Frontend Developers

    CloudFlare recently announced a major overhaul of their system from Backbone to React.js. This came with an updated frontend UI framework and the team decided to open source it for everyone. The CloudFlare UI Framework, abbreviated CF-UI, is a free open source library of frontend codes that can tie into a React workflow. The team […]

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  • CSS Flexbox Learning Guides, Tools & Frameworks

    Flexbox is an advanced method of more efficiently using space amongst items of a CSS container. While its theory can seem a bit complicated and difficult to master, thankfully the web is chock-full of great opportunities to learn. We’ve compiled a collection of some of the best resources out there to help you learn more […]

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  • Bulma is The Only Flexbox-Powered CSS Framework You’ll Ever Need

    Flexbox is a hot topic for frontend developers since it offers a modern approach to CSS alignments. Most website layouts rely on CSS floats or fixed percentages to keep content blocks in line. CSS Floats Explained in 5 Questions CSS Floats Explained in 5 Questions CSS “Floats” (floating elements) are simple to use but once […]

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  • 20 Free CSS Frameworks for Web Developers

    Responsive, free CSS frameworks are ideal for web developers who want to speed up their website development process and create websites easily. That is why, we decided to share with you some of the best, free CSS frameworks we could find. These come with comprehensive documentation, so they will be easy to use even by […]

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  • Perfect 2.0 Framework for Server-Side Development Released

    PerfectlySoft Inc. announced today that it has released Perfect 2.0, the next iteration of the company’s landmark programming platform. Perfect 2.0 takes the world-class Perfect framework to the next level by giving developers the tools they need to program server-side applications in Swift 3.0, the latest version of Apple’s groundbreaking programming language. Introduced in late […]

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  • The Art Of Layout Testing With Galen Framework

    The Art Of Layout Testing With Galen Framework By Ivan Shubin June 16th, 2016 FrameworksTesting 2 Comments When designing a graphical user interface, there is always an open question: How do we automate testing for it? And how do we make sure the website layout stays responsive and displays correctly on all kinds of devices […]

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  • 12 Small CSS Frameworks To Use In Your Web Designs

    By Jacob Gube You probably don’t need most of the features that come with large UI frameworks such as Bootstrap, especially when you’re working on small, straightforward projects that you just want to get up and running as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are smaller, simpler CSS frameworks out there that you can use instead. […]

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  • Web Development Reading List #105

    Web Development Reading List #105 By Anselm Hannemann September 25th, 2015 Web Development Reading List 7 Comments What’s happening in the industry? What important techniques have emerged recently? What about new case studies, insights, techniques and tools? Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann1 is keeping track of everything in the web development reading list2 so you […]

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  • 10 Material Design Web Frameworks Worth Considering

    What happens when you combine the principles of good design with the innovations of technology and science? Well, that is just what Google did, and created the concept of Material Design. Simply put, Material Design is a visual design concept that brings together the principles and rules of classic design and the probabilities and norms […]

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  • How to Build Business Websites with the X Theme

    These days, everyone from designers, to doctors, restaurants, and retailers, make themselves known through professional websites. So, every time you take a job, you have to do your best and give that business the converting pad it deserves. That goal is well within reach with X Theme. Every time you take a license, you come […]

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  • Case Study: Using Skeleton Boilerplate – PSD to HTML

    1st Web Designer take us through cool case study all the way from PSD to HTML, using the Skeleton Boilerplate. Howdy Folks! In this tutorial you will learn how to convert Artthatworks from PSD to HTML using Skeleton Boilerplate and make it responsive with media queries. As I mentioned in my last tutorial, I hadn’t […]

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