Pure is an overwhelming choice to use for accomplishing web projects. Being a small set of CSS modules, Pure has tiny footprints. This outstanding framework has been developing with mobile in mind and additionally including minimal style. This helps developers to write various styles on the application depending upon the requirement. An extensive range of CSS components has also been made available with Pure. This outstanding framework has also got an impressive customizer and thus developer has the choice of creating CSS framework of their choice and requirement.
A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.
Pure has a wrapper grid class called pure-g and unit classes named pure-u-* . Make sure all your content is inside the grid units for proper rendering.
Widths are calculated based on fractions. The fractions themselves are decided by class names. For example, pure-u-2-5 has a width of 40%.
All child elements within a pure-g element must have the class name pure-u or pure-u-* .
Rework is for the hardcore, discerning front-end engineers among us. It’s what you would use if you wanted to roll your own CSS preprocessor. Myth (discussed earlier) was developed on top of the Rework open-source project.
Maybe you don’t like the Stylus syntax, or maybe you don’t like having to provide a CSS unit argument for CSS-Crush’s custom math() function, or perhaps you dislike how Sass makes you define variables using the $ sign and you’d rather use #. Maybe you just need a few features, and don’t want to suffer through the feature-bloat of existing preprocessors.
Rework is a CSS preprocessor framework built on Node.js. It has a great set of helper plugins for stuff you might want to preprocess. So before you write your own parsing functions, you might want to take a look at them first to avoid reinventing the wheel.
npm install rework
var rework = require('rework'); var pluginA = require('pluginA'); var pluginB = require('pluginB');
Metro is the name for the design language, the design philosophy, behind Windows Phone 7. This is not only in reference to the look and feel of the interface itself, but also to the animations which bring the 2D interface designs to life and the sounds that accompany user interactions on the devices.
Inspired by the way-finding graphics that you find in airports, railway and bus stations the world over, Metro is a homage to those high contrast, high color visualizations that stand out in those visually noisy environments.
In Windows Phone 7, Microsoft introduced its Metro style user interface. The Metro style UI is the touch-and-tile interface that Microsoft designed to create an interface focused on content, information, and movement.
It's quicker to find things in the start screen than the start menu.
It is designed to embrace 5 principles:
1)Clean light, fast, open aesthetics;
2)Dynamic, moving transitions and interactions;
3)Embrace the beauty of typography;
5)Authentically digital design.
What is Metro UI CSS
Metro UI CSS a set of styles to create a site with an interface similar to Windows 8.
It can be used to create Metro User Interface
1)Create page with HTML5 DOCTYPE
3)Include metro.min.js (jquery.js required)
4)Create main container with class .metro
5)Use markup, as described in the pages of this site