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    • CSS Frameworks (36 submissions)

      An extensive compilation of CSS frameworks for web development, so you can choose the right foundation to begin new designing endeavors.

      • Foundation: Responsive CSS Framework

        Foundation is a CSS framework that provides you with plenty of tools for your website and web application projects including mailing features.

      • Bootstrap CSS Framework

        Bootstrap 4's main updates are the use of Sass instead of Less, improved grid systems to better target mobile devices, Opt-in flexbox support, consolidated reboot function, and plenty more features.

      • Lightning Design System: CSS Framework

        Design System is a CSS framework which you can build custom applications with. It features several sorts of layouts, spinners, stencils, tabs, trees, modals, plenty of motion effects and a huge collection of components and utilities.

      • Outline: Clean and Simple CSS Framework

        Outline is quite a complete, clean and simple CSS framework which features Sasy grid add-on, Font Awesome, several mixins, media embedding among other features.

      • Material Design Lite Web Component Kit

        Google's very complete kit provides you with web components to put together in your website, such as templates, menus, loading bars, tables, among many more fully guided, stylable, customizable elements in CSS, HTML and JavaScript.

      • CSSPlus: A Flexbox-based CSS Framework

        cssPlus is a CSS framework that provides you with a way to make a flexible layout based on flexbox modeling. It features extensiveness, table approach, alignments and overflow designation.

      • Thao: Powerful Responsive CSS Framework

        Thao is a lightweight, powerful and simple CSS framework which features grids, layouts, lists, menus, tables and several sorts and styles of callouts, buttons and inputs. This framework was released under the Apache 2.0 license.

      • Baseguide: Lightweight CSS Framework

        Baseguide is a lightweight and robust CSS framework powered by Sass. It basically gathers components such as list types, forms, buttons, embedded media, among others into a small package.

      • Scally: Sass, BEM, and OOCSS Framework

        Scally is a CSS framework that uses Sass, BEM, and OOCSS. It allows responsive layouts, and you can build solid, stable and reusable user interfaces fastly. It is licensed under the Apache v2.0 license.

      • Penguin: Lightweight & Extensible Sass F...

        Penguin is a lightweight and extensible framework made out of Sass for beautiful front end development. It is focused on developers, including a small Gruntfile for compiling SCSS easily and several Sass mixins.

      • Primer: CSS Web Development Framework

        Primer is a CSS toolkit for creating websites and platforms. It is the base of Github itself, including several tools, elements and guidelines for easy web development and scalability.

      • Blackhole: Minimalistic & Powerful SCSS ...

        Blackhole is a minimal SCSS framework that focuses on semantics and intends to provide a clean way of writing code. It is modular, flexible, scalable, responsive and lightweight.

      • Ratchet: Mobile App Web Development Framework

        Ratchet is a minimal framework for crafting mobile apps using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript components. Its ease to use allows you to compile websites in no time.

      • Turret: Semantic Front-end CSS Framework

        Turret is a front-end framework that helps you create beautiful websites that are accessible, semantic, and responsive. It features browser behaviour normalisation, giving the possibility to accessible websites rapidly.

      • Papier: Responsive Web Elements CSS Library

        Papier is a responsive and semantic library made in CSS for styling web elements. It is lightweight, non-intrusive, and it uses normalize.css. Moreover, it has rapid prototyping and has no custom styles for elements.

      • Materialize: Material Design Front-end Framew...

        Materialize is a Material Design front-end framework that's also responsive. It helps accelerating the development of websites, it is focused on usability, it's really easy to implement and use, and it is constantly updated.

      • Skyline: CSS Frameworks Building Starter Kit

        Skyline is a compelling kit for starters that helps you in the process of creating CSS frameworks. It allows and maintains a robust CSS architecture that can be used as a base of your newly created designs. It is written in SCSS using the BEM notation, and it’s object-oriented. It is licensed under MIT.

      • Bootflat: Bootstrap-based CSS UI Framework

        Bootflat is an open source project UI kit CSS package in a flat, simple design. It is based on Bootstrap, offering support for Sketch users since the original comes in PSD formats only.

      • UIkit: Modular Front-end Framework

        UIkit is a modular front-end framework that allows easy use and implementation of elements. It is written in LESS featuring small and responsive components to fit across multiple devices screens.

      • Material UI: Material Design CSS Framework

        A CSS framework inspired in Google's Material Design and React that allows you to add custom styling to your elements for resembling the Material Design appearance.

      • Semantic UI: Frontend Development Framework

        Semantic UI is a development framework that uses Less and jQuery to create, style, animate and manipulate user interface elements that focus on visual interaction to achieve results.

      • One Nexus CSS Framework

        Nexus One is a front-end development framework that allows you to create modern and responsive websites created for developers who want to make simple websites, providing the most commonly used features.

      • Kickstart CSS Framework

        A cool CSS library that uses semantic CSS mixins or CSS classes for styling. It is an extendable library that comes with basic functionality, but can be improved via the Kickstart Store, and it can be used along with popular technologies like Rails, NodeJS, HTML5 and others.

      • Schema UI Frontend Framework

        Schema is a lightweight and responsive modular front-end framework that allows you to build complex web interfaces. Schema gives you the foundation and components to design a responsive web project quickly.

      • Kouto Swiss: Stylus CSS Framework

        Stylus is a CSS framework for stylus that provides lots of mixins, utilities and functions so anyone can develop projects faster. It includes Grunt and third-party tools like CodeKit or Prepros.

      • Pure: Responsive CSS Modules Set

        Pure is a set of CSS modules that are responsive and lightweight, fitting any web project with neat design elements. It also has mobile devices in mind, letting you create responsive environments quickly and effortlessly.

      • CSS Library for Stylizing Web Elements

        Picnic CSS is a library for creating HTML5 and CSS3 elements by integrating semantic code. This library was built in pure CSS featuring the usage of Normalize.css and UI elements as plugins.

      • Gumby: Flexible and Responsive CSS Framework

        Gumby is a flexible, responsive CSS framework built with Sass which gives you new tools to customize quickly and build on top of the Gumby Framework. It is flexible and simple to use and up to date since changing the entire design of our UI kit is as simple as adding a few Sass variables and assigning the appropriate classes to your markup structure.

      • HTML KickStart

        An open source framework that enables you to quickly build templates and web designs putting performance as the main objective. It supports HTML, CSS and jQuery elements that allow countless possibilities with little customization.

      • Topcoat: Clean and Fast CSS Apps

        With Topcoat, you can design clean and quick CSS web application. Performance is the key, so every component has been benchmarked in order to achieve the best results. Among it's many options, we can highlight the possibility to customize the theme, the inclusion of a PSD file with all its components, open source fonts and much more.

      • Almost Flat UI

        Almost Flat UI is based on the Foundation framework containing tons of design elements for websites and apps, that feature a nice minimal stylized design.

      • Metro UI CSS

        Metro UI CSS is a group of styles that will help you develop projects with an interface that resembles the one seen in Windows 8, the now-famous Metro style that bases itself on the global flat design trend that's taking over the modern web.

      • Kube CSS Framework

        Kube is a CSS framework that lets you focus on your creations with a great capability for customization​ and control in order to make the projects as functional and beautiful as possible.

      • Fbootstrapp Toolkit

        If you are a Facebook developer, this toolkit will help you with the creation of iFrame application for multiple devices, in the classic Facebook look and feel. Fbootstrapp offers base CSS and HTML for buttons, navigation, tables, grids and many more elements.

      • BootMetro Framework

        BootMetro is a framework that allows you to develop web projects in a stripped-down and intuitive way, using the clean look and feel of Windows 8's Metro design style, including the flat grids and one-color icons.

      • InK: Quick Development of Web Interfaces

        Ink is an interface kit for quick development of web interfaces, simple to use and expand. It is used for building layouts that are content-focused and user-friendly.

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    • JavaScript Frameworks (58 submissions)

      Picking the right JavaScript framework in which to build your creations is vital, this set provides you with a wide range of options to ensure a perfect fit.

      • Elemental UI: Web UI Framework

        Elemental UI is a flexible and beautiful UI framework to build websites and web applications for React.js which foundations were used to build this framework along with LESS, Babel and Gulp. It features modern workflows since it is designed to be installed from npm and built into your project with browserify or webpack.

      • ExpandJS: Web Applications Modular JavaScript...

        ExpandJS is a modular JavaScript Polymer-built library which contains 80+ elements and 350+ utility functions. It was created following Google's Material design guidelines under a BSD-3-Clause License.

      • AuraJS: Scalable JavaScript App Development F...

        AuraJS is an event-driven and scalable framework made in JavaScript. It is perfect for developing top-notch apps. It has extensions to easily increase the capabilities of your apps. Its components communicate with each other at a global or local level. Can be used commercially or personally.

      • reactCSS: CSS Classes into React.js JavaScrip...

        A JavaScript tool that allows the inclusion of CSS classes into ReactJS. It allows class-based data, you can keep HTML and components styles together and easily attach the classes to the code.

      • Flight: Component-based JavaScript Framework

        A JavaScript framework for creating components. It's lightweight, and it is used to power Twitter and Tweetdeck components. Flight uses jQuery and requires a module loader with support for AMD, like WebPack or Require.js. Created by Twitter, the framework is licensed under the MIT License.

      • Ity: Dependency Free JavaScript Framework

        A really small and dependency-free JavaScript MVC. It has a tiny footprint for mobile networks (weighs 5kb minified), a fast DOM query/selection engine, and you don't need for jQuery for DOM selection. It is mobile first and it's great for spinning up small, mobile-specific apps. Licensed under MIT.

      • Framer: Interactive Touch Animations JavaScri...

        A neat JavaScript framework perfect for creating animations that respond to touch gestures. It is really lightweight and you can create awesome things with it, like swipe a set of images, create transitions, adapt your designs to a material style, and many more.

      • Foam: Feature-oriented JavaScript Framework

        Foam is a feature-oriented active modeller. It is a full-stack reactive MVC meta-programming framework written in Javascript, it can be used to generate code for any language or platform. It has automated tests that can be run with NPM test. it is licensed under the Apache license, version 2.0.

      • T3: Web & App JavaScript Framework

        A minimal JavaScript framework for creating modular web and mobile applications. It allows collaborative work, which means you can test your creations independently or as part of a group and build scalable client-side code. T3 is an open source framework and it was created by Box, inc.

      • Sprint.js: Lightweight DOM Library

        Sprint.js is a simple DOM library, constituting an alternative to jQuery. Although jQuery offers more features, Sprint.js makes DOM friendlier, relying on newer APIs supported by modern browsers and optimizing a bunch of other things in order to provide you with fast DOM operations.

      • email.js: Email Apps JavaScript Framework

        Email.js is a set of components that allow you write email apps with JavaScript (on the client in HTML5 or on the server in node.js). It includes an IMAP client: browserbox, an SMTP client: smtpclient, an email parser: mimeparser and an email builder: mailbuild. It is Open Source, licensed under the MIT license, well tested and standards-based.

      • Svidget.js: SVG Widgets JavaScript Framework

        Svidget.js is a JavaScript framework that allows you creating fully interactive SVG widgets. This way, you can quickly and easily embed data and portray it visually on any website while keeping a clean separation between SVG and HTML. It was created by Joe Agster and it's licensed under MIT.

      • Atoms.js: Enterprise Grade JavaScript Framewo...

        Atoms.js is an enterprise grade JavaScript framework for Flex, Java and .NET programmers. It comes with a precompiler that translates binding expressions into valid HTML5 markup with speed optimized JavaScript. It runs on all browsers and has very little learning curve compared to any other frameworks. It is specially designed to run faster on mobile devices.

      • ripple: Reactive Components JavaScript Framew...

        Ripple is a little framework for building reactive views. The idea with this is to have a similar API to Reactive to allow the composition of views, like React. However, the major difference for other view libraries is that this doesn't use globals. Each view has its own set of bindings and plugins, which makes composition of views really easy. It is licensed under MIT.

      • NativeScript: Cross-Platform Development Java...

        NativeScript is a compelling JavaScript framework for native development. You can create mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows Phone easily without using a different codebase. It is open source, easy, powerful and free.

      • Noduino: Arduino Controling JavaScript &...

        A flexible JavaScript and Node.js framework that allows you to access basic Arduino controls from any mobile application, thanks to HTML5, Socket IO and Node.js. With it you have easy Arduino access, both the client and the server are made in JavaScript, and it was built as a proof of concept.

      • Twee.IO: JavaScript MVC Framework

        Twee.IO is a modern JavaScript MVC Framework for Node.js and io.js based on Express.js. It has several important features like a modular structure, support for extensions, easy configuration, scalability and stability, support for and more. This framework is free.

      • webpack: Simple Module Bundler

        WebPack is a simple module bundler that splits the dependency tree into chunks loaded on demand, keeps initial loading time low, every static asset should be able to be a module, has the ability to integrate 3rd-party libraries as modules and customize nearly every part of the module bundler, and it is suited for big projects.

      • Konva: 2D Canvas JavaScript Framework

        Konva is a 2D Canvas framework made in JavaScript, perfect for creating and manipulating elements, and to create mobile apps and websites with canvas. Among its features you can find an object oriented API, node nesting and event bubbling, high-performance event detection via color map hashing, layering support and more.

      • Neft-io: Native Apps Javascript Framework is a simple JavaScript framework that supports the creation of native applications for phones and web environments. It handles dynamic styles, views, data-binding and more features. It was created by

      • Reapp: JavaScript Mobile Framework

        Reapp is a Javascript mobile framework that is fast and enables users to make hybrid apps quickly and easily. It can be installed really easy and it has several features that make it stand out against React, npm, Webpack and easy CLI, handling animations, styles, themes, views, components and mixins.

      • React Isomorphic Apps Development Library

        A library created with JavaScript that enables you to create isomorphic apps with React and Node.js. Is is really simple, and it comes with an article that explains the process, the things you might need. Just install it, run it and enjoy creating.

      • Ratchet: Mobile App Web Development Framework

        Ratchet is a minimal framework for crafting mobile apps using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript components. Its ease to use allows you to compile websites in no time.

      • Riot: JavaScript User Interface Library

        Riot is a React-like user interface made in JavaScript that lets you create beautiful and fresh faces for web and mobile apps. It weighs about 2,5KB, including custom tags, an easy-to-understand syntax, a virtual DOM, full stack and multi-browser support. It is free and was created by Muut.

      • laroux.js: Simple JavaScript Framework

        A simple framework for JavaScript that simplifies the way you code. It has additional objects, it's compact, has organized libraries in smaller sizes (between 24K and 42K depending on your requirements), manages cookies and local storage, works great for mobile devices and more.

      • angular-kickstart: JavaScript Development Fra...

        An AngularJS development framework perfect for making your development and testing easy. To be able to run it you need to install node.js, sass, gulp and bower if you haven't yet. It was created by Alessandro Arnodo.

      • TuxedoJS: React-based JavaScript Framework

        TuxedoJS is a complete framework built with react and Flux for creating great web apps. It is a front-end framework that provides powerful opinionated React classes for sharing methods and building high-performance components, and among its features it has graceful degradation, a consistent and solid app architecture, semantic action creation, and a custom animation library.

      • Matreshka: Powerful Javascript App Framework

        Matreshka is a simple and small JavaScript framework for building web and desktop applications. It allows you to create data-DOM bindings, fire events when data changes, and have improved data types like Matreshka.Array and Matreshka.Object. It works nicely in most browsers but still has issues on Internet Explorer 8.

      • Aurelia: Modern JavaScript Framework

        Aurelia is a JavaScript Framework, pretty similar to React. It has some advantages such as the implementation of ES6 (Ecma Script), which includes new functionality for JavaScript. It also implements web components. One setback is the use of polyfills in all browsers.

      • Suave: Angular.js UI Framework

        Suave is a UI framework that uses Angular.js for creating simple web applications. It consists of CSS definitions, directives and services that make the process of creation more effective and fast. It includes Font Awesome and Animate.css, and it's MIT licensed.

      • soma.js: Scalable JavaScript Framework

        soma.js is a scalable JavaScript framework for creating and maintaining upgradable JavaScript applications. It divides the creation process into modules, which make the overall project easy to modify if some piece goes wrong, and you can make it even bigger over time. It can be used without restriction as noted in its license.

      • Enyo: JavaScript Application Framework

        A cool JavaScript framework for building HTML5 apps for mobile and web environments with high-quality tools that can run everywhere. It is a cross-platform framework, tested in major mobile operating and desktop systems (and even not so very popular ones) and it's totally free, available under the Apache 2 license.

      • Semantic UI: Frontend Development Framework

        Semantic UI is a development framework that uses Less and jQuery to create, style, animate and manipulate user interface elements that focus on visual interaction to achieve results.

      • Cylon.js: Robotics JavaScript Framework

        Cylon.js allows you to create and command robots for all sorts of purposes. It has an extensible system for connecting hardware devices. You can use it in several physical systems and software platforms, like ARDrone, Arduino, Arduino YUN, Beaglebone Black, BLE, Crazyfile and many more platforms, and many more devices that use inter-integrated (I2C). Also, it can be used directly in-browser thanks to the browserify NPM module, and other development options.

      • Ionic: HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework

        ​​Ionic is an exciting alternative for creating hybrid mobile apps, taking advantage of all the possibilities provided by HTML5. Built with SASS and optimized for AngularJS, this framework is fast, features a wonderful design and is completely open source, being handled through GitHub.

      • Agile CSS3 Engine

        ​Agile uses JavaScript in order to generate pure CSS3 without the need for anything other tool such as canvas or webGL. It has a special care for mobile devices, providing striking performance on any device while letting you create and display amazing animations and effects.

      • WinJS: The Windows Library for JavaScript

        ​A JavaScript framework for Windows released as an open source project by Microsoft themselves. It allows you to create top applications (Windows Phone development is also possible) using HTML, CSS and JavaScript, offering advanced options such as List View, Flip View and Semantic Zoom. 

      • Riot.js: Client-side MVP Library

        ​A surprisingly small library that weights less than 1kb when gzipped and a mere 1.6kb when minified, containing only 3 public methods. The idea behind such small size is the ability to add things as you need them, not the other way around, allowing better control and understanding of you app's composition.

      • 3D JavaScript Framework is an amazing JavaScript framework that integrates its very own 3D layout engine, opening a whole new world of possibilities for developers. This 3D layout engine also has a physics animation engine built in, allowing you to create natural, physics based animations. If you need to get up to date, University contains a great amount of lessons so you can learn at your own pace.

      • Sammy.js: A Small Web Framework

        A tiny piece of software (16K compressed and 5.2K compressed and gzipped) that will allow you to build your next web project with style. Its modular approach allows you to extract your code and use it again in the form of plugins. Additionally, the clean interface is made to be easy and fun for developers.

      • Backbone.js: JavaScript MVC Framework

        A complete open source JavaScript framework,  featuring a rich API that has been used in well-known projects such as Rdio, Hulu, USAToday and many more. It is also hosted on GitHub for a fast-evolving environment and the developers offer a full test suite, tutorials, examples and other tools.

      • AngularJS: JavaScript MVW Framework

        AngularJS is a toolkit that allows you to create the proper framework for your web project development. The main problem it tackles is the complexity of handling dynamic views with HTML, letting you extend HTML vocabulary to make it fit with your application. Angular is also quite extensible, adapting to any development workflow.

      • KineticJS HTML5 Canvas Framework

        KineticJS is an HTML5 Canvas JavaScript framework for creating enterprise-class interactive web graphics. It enables high-performance animations, transitions, node nesting, layering, filtering, caching, event handling for desktop and mobile applications, and much more.

      • w2ui: JavaScript User Interface Library

        The w2ui library is a set of interrelated jQuery plugins for front-end development of data-driven web applications. It weighs only 56kb and provides extremely fast load and execution. It contains most of the general UI widgets like layout, grid, sidebar, tabs, toolbar, pop-up, field controls and forms.

      • TodoMVC: MV framework Helper

        This is a project that offers the same Todo application implemented using MV* concepts in many of today's popular JavaScript MV* frameworks. Create JavaScript apps, compile to JavaScript, MVC extension frameworks, and more.

      • Appium: Open Source Framework for Test Automa...

        Appium is an open source, cross-platform test automation tool for native, hybrid and mobile web apps. It supports iOS, Android and FirefoxOS platforms. It works by driving various native automation frameworks.For iOS support, it drives Apple’s UIAutomation library; for Android, it supports the UiAutomator framework and Selendroid for both newer and older versions of the OS, and for FirefoxOS, it supports Marionette.

      • skel.js: Framework for Building Responsive Si...

        Here we have an online frontend framework that only weight 18kb in one file. Four dominant components: CSS Grid System Responsive Handler CSS Shortcuts Plugin System

      • Wijmo: User Interface for Web Development

        A complete suite of UI widgets for mobile and web application development. Wijmo now includes full support for AngularJS. Easily build JavaScript applications using our declarative AngularJS components. This also marks the second major release of SpreadJS, including many new features.

      • The M Project: Mobile HTML5 JavaScript Framew...

        The-M-Project is a Mobile HTML5 JavaScript Framework that helps you build great mobile apps, easy and fast. It is an open source software published under the MIT License that gives you total flexibility for your development. Build great free and commercial apps with it.

      • Ember.js: Create Ambitious Apps

        Write dramatically less code with Ember’s Handlebars integrated templates that update automatically when the underlying data changes. It incorporates common idioms so you can focus on what makes your app special, not reinventing the wheel. This tool has been built for productivity and designed with developer ergonomics in mind, making it a friendly API to help you get your job done fast.

      • Derby: Framework for Realtime Applications

        Derby is a Model View Controller framework that makes it easy to write realtime, collaborative applications that run in both Node.js and browsers. The features it includes are realtime collaboration, client and server routing, HTML templates and more.

      • Lungo: HTML5 Cross Device Framework

        Here we have a framework for developers who want to design, build and share cross-device applications. The optimized apps created with the framework support open web standards, such as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. It brings a consistent browser environment across mobiles, tvs and desktop devices.

      • iio Engine: HTML5 Application Framework

        The iio Engine is an extensive application framework that helps with the creation and deployment of HTML5 applications. It provides a feature rich SDK, an advanced debugging system, and cross-platform deployment engine. Also, it has no dependencies and can be interfaced with Box2D. Its core platform is open source and totally free.

      • Batman.js: Rails Development in Mind

        ​Batman.js was created with Rails development in mind, so if you're familiar with it, you'll be up and running in no time. Shopify is currently powered by it, this will give you an idea of how scalable the tool is. Additionally, it carries a good few features for user convenience, such as the familiar Rails conventions, data bindings and structured directories.

      • Dashing: Dashboard Framework

        ​Dashing is a framework that will let you create dashboards, friendly user interfaces based on individual widgets that serve different purposes. It offers a few advantages, such as premade widgets, an intuitive drag and drop interface and the possibility to host your dashboards on Heroku.

      • Flowtime.js: Dynamic HTML Websites

        Create dynamic HTML presentations and websites with Flowtime. This JavaScript framework makes use of CSS3 animations to make the projects move in attractive and unexpected ways. It is compatible with al major browsers and supports touch interactivity while the keyboard controls a good part of the behavior on PCs.

      • Flight: Twitter’s JS Framework

        A component-based JavaScript framework owned and used by Twitter to create their own web applications. The main difference between Flight and other similar tools is its lack of a default path in the way data is provided to an application, utilizing a fully agnostic approach, mapping behavior to DOM nodes.

      • Durandal: Single Page Apps Done Right

        ​​Durandal intends to make the creation and maintenance of single-page applications easy and enjoyable. This client framework bases itself on three principles: Comfort, providing familiar functions and mechanics; richness of features, everything you need to let your inspiration fly; finally its versatility lets you develop content for all kinds of devices and purposes.

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    • CSS Grids (39 submissions)

      A collection of responsive CSS grid frameworks and systems, convenient for arranging elements in a precise manner.

      • CSS Layout Grid

        A fully CSS crafted static responsive grid that features native drag-n-drop, resizing, on-the-fly settings, custom columns and sizes, multiple containers, and more.

      • GridLayout: Lightweight Grid System

        A lightweight grid system that allows advanced managing such as both horizontal and vertical app laying out. Support is provided for IE 8+, iOS 5+, Android 3+ and Modern browsers.

      • Chewing Grid: A Responsive CSS Grid

        Chewing Grid is a CSS helps you by adjusting the number of columns depending on the available width and your settings regarding the maximum number of columns and the minim and maximum card width. It also manages 1 to 12 columns and widths in 50px intervals and usage of Sass to generate your own classes, or even to build a custom semantic grid.

      • Susy: Responsive SASS Layout Toolkit

        Susy is a responsive toolkit for SASS with an agnostic set of tools for creating powerful and custom layouts. It works in any system, so it doesn't matter where you use it. Created and made free by Eric M. Suzanne.

      • Gridlover: Typography Adjusting Online Grid

        Gridlover is an online tool to help you establish the perfect grid to adequate the text on a website or app. It takes care of the font sizes, line heights and margins, manages HTML tags like body, p and h1 - h4 headings, and you can apply different values to different elements. This is a free tool and you can then download the results.

      • Bourbon Neat: Semantic Grid Sass Framework

        Bourbon Neat is a grid framework created with Sass and Bourbon. It helps you get up and running in just minutes, allowing you to create responsive layouts. The idea of it is to provide a semantic and clean markup, relying only on Sass mixins without polluting your HTML. It has an MIT license.

      • Responsive Grid System CSS Framework is a responsive CSS framework that helps you take advantage of a crafted grid system. It includes browser support for Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera and IE7+ on desktops, and iOS Safari, Opera Mini, Android Browser, Opera Mobile, Chrome and Firefox and IE Mobile. It has the MIT license, which makes it free to do whatever you want with it.

      • Grid Images Loading CSS Effects

        This is a set of cool CSS effects for loading images in a grid style. They are perfect for use in a portfolio, blog or basically any design you can think of. This effects use various tools and online resources to give it the appearance and feel it has. These tools are: - Normalize.css for the CSS. - Zurb Foundation for creating a responsive grid. - Masonry for the dynamic grid. - imagesLoaded for checking the images already uploaded. - Infinite Scroll to load images into the gallery. It supports several browsers like Chrome v36, Firefox v31, Opera v23, Safari v5 and IE v11 (Partially). To …

      • Blueprint: Responsive CSS Icon Grid

        A CSS icon grid created by Mary Lou that adapts and rearranges its columns depending on the size of the screen. The grid can be customized by applying hover and/or click transitions and animations which will give it a polished look.

      • Gridulator: a Complete Grid System

        Gridulator is a simple yet complete grid system. In it, you can setup the width and the number of columns you want for your layout, and it’ll spit back all the possible grids that have nice, round integers. Just the thing for pixel-based designfolk. There are inline previews, courtesy of the canvas element, and when you’re all set the tool can crank out full-size PNGs for you, ready for use in your CSS, or Photoshop docs. And there’s full keyboard control for snazzy power users.

      • Columnal: Elastic Grid for Responsive Website...

        The Columnal CSS grid system is a remix of a couple other grid systems with some custom code thrown in. Columnal is an elastic grid, while some code inspiration (and the idea for sub-columns) are taken from Among its features you can find:- Built-in debugging CSS to show the structure of any pages being built- Sub-columns (columns within columns) for more layout options- Prefix and suffix for extra space within a column before or after content- Vertical spacing CSS classes- PDF of grid system for sketching out site before building- Wireframing templates

      • Not Just A Grid, Modular CSS Framework

        Not Just a Grid is a flexible and modular CSS framework that is designed to assist in the rapid prototyping and development of websites. It has been designed for the future with larger screen sizes and the use of CSS3 for progressive enhancement and richer user experiences.

      • Gumby: Flexible and Responsive CSS Framework

        Gumby is a flexible, responsive CSS framework built with Sass which gives you new tools to customize quickly and build on top of the Gumby Framework. It is flexible and simple to use and up to date since changing the entire design of our UI kit is as simple as adding a few Sass variables and assigning the appropriate classes to your markup structure.

      • Baseline, Website Development with Good Typog...

        Built with typographic standards in mind, Baseline makes it easy to develop a website with a pleasing grid and good typography. It starts with several files to reset the browser’s default behavior, build a basic typographic layout — including style for HTML forms and new HTML 5 elements — and build a simple grid system. Baseline was born to be a quick way to prototype a website and grew up to become a full typographic framework for the web using “real” baseline grid as its foundation. Baseline is a framework built around the idea of a “real” baseline grid.

      • Flurid: Fluid Cross-browser CSS Grid Framewor...

        Flurid is a cross-browser fluid width grid system optimized for flexibility (fluidity) and one of the only fluid width grid systems to work on Internet Explorer versions 5.0 and newer without hiding pixels in margins. Like any grid system, the primary purpose is to break the page into a series of rows and columns, giving the designer an easy, rational way to organize and present content to the user.

      • The Heads-Up Grid, Responsive Baseline Grid

        The Heads-Up Grid is an overlay grid for in-browser website development, built with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You can alter the numbers to create your desired grid. If you don’t need the baseline grid, set the row height to 0. The default unit of measure is pixels.

      • Responsive Aeon Framework Based in Percentage

        This is a new version from HTML5 New Aeon Framework. Now with a responsive grid all based in percentage with media queries, HTML5 starting point and javascript. It is simple, fast, and intuitive. Using a twelve columns system and less code, so your development simplifies.

      • Fluid Baseline Grid with Typographic Standard...

        The Fluid Baseline Grid System was built with typographic standards in mind, combining 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.

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        jQuery-Mobile-960 is a port of the 960 Grid, designed to make the jQuery-mobile layout more adaptable, ultimately improving the viewing experience on portable devices. It does this by combining the ease of jQuery Mobile and the flexibility of To use 960 grids in jQuery Mobile, you just need to add one simple line of code, and then you can use the standard 960 grid syntax inside jQuery mobile pages.

      • Golden Grid System, Folding Grid for Responsi...

        The Golden Grid System, or GGS, is a folding grid for responsive design. It splits the screen into 18 even columns. The leftmost and rightmost columns are used as the outer margins of the grid, which leaves 16 columns for use in design. Now, the 16 columns sound a bit much for anything other than huge widescreen monitors. This is where the folding, inspired by the DIN paper system and Unigrid, comes in. The 16 columns can be combined (or folded) into eight columns for tablet-sized screens, and into 4 columns for mobile-sized ones. This way GGS can easily cover …

      • The Semantic Grid System

        The Semantic Grid is an interesting project that allows you to set column and gutter widths, choose the number of columns, and switch between pixels and percentages, all of it without any .grid_x classes in your markup. Oh, and it's responsive. It runs on LESS, SCSS, or Stylus.

      • Responsive Grid System: Quick Way to Create a...

        The Responsive Grid System isn't a framework, it's a quick, easy & flexible way to create a responsive website. With it, you won't be forced into having a fixed number of columns across a whole page. You can have whatever you want, wherever you need them. Because it uses percentages, your fluid columns will fit any width. The margins (gutters) use percentages too. Also, instead of fitting your content to your grid, you can make your grid suit your content: it plugs into your existing HTML and CSS, and it's so easy to do so and you can use it …

      • Create Your Own Responsive Tem...

        Responsify is a browser based tool, which allows you to create your own responsive template. You can customise the grid to suit your content, rather than trying to make the content fit the grid. It is perfect for everyone who is creating a responsive website. If you are new to responsive design and not sure how to approach it, this is a good way to get something up and running quickly. Even if you just want to save time and the hassle of calculations, you'll find it very useful too!

      • SimpleGrid: Responsive and Fluid Grid System

        Simple Grid works well with 1140px layouts but easily adapts to any size of a layout. With fluid columns, it is responsive down to mobile. This grid system is prepared for four distinct ranges of screen size: under 720px, higher than 720px, under 985px, and up to 1235px; so people visiting your site will receive a layout that's tuned to the size of their browser window. Say goodbye to horizontal scrollbars.

      • .fitgrid Responsive Grid System

        .fitgrid is a solid grid that doesn't promote itself as a framework, but a complete foundation on which to rely the construction of your next web development. This grid system is aimed at advanced users who want an attractive appearance that doesn't seem ''bootstraped'', as the creators say.

      • 960 Grid System Based on a Width of 960 Pixel...

        The 960 Grid System is an effort to streamline web development workflow by providing commonly used dimensions, based on a width of 960 pixels. There are two variants: 12 and 16 columns, which can be used separately or in tandem. The 12-column grid is divided into portions that are 60 pixels wide. The 16-column grid consists of 40 pixel increments. Each column has 10 pixels of margin on the left and right, which create 20 pixel wide gutters between columns.The premise of the system is ideally suited to rapid prototyping, but it would work equally well when integrated into a production …

      • Fluid 960 Grid System for Rapid Interactive P...

        This is a complete grid system that consists of templates for rapid interactive prototyping. It has layouts for fluid and fixed 12 and 16 columns, boxes or widgets, containers, accordions, search, forms, list, tables, and many more. The grid is responsive and adapts  perfectly to mobile.

      • The Square Grid: CSS Framework

        ​The Square Gid features an uncommon 35-grid layout, aiming at a great level of control without compromising ease of use and good results, which is of course the main objective of this tool. Of course, the amount and arrangement of the columns can be modified and stripped down as needed.

      • CSS Smart Grid: Mobile-First Grids

        ​CSS smart grid bases itself on the concept made famous by 960 grid and not only focuses on making mobile-compatible websites, but projects that are ''mobile first''. Apart from that, performance, SASS support and scalability are other major advantages of this grid system.

      • Toast: Simple CSS Framework

        Toast is a simple CSS grid that puts one thing as priority: Control. This intention means that Toast is not even limited to a particular number of columns, letting you choose and change any aspect of the grid: Three, six, eleven columns... arranged in any way you desire.

      • One% CSS Grid: 12 Column Fluid CSS Grid Syste...

        One% CSS Grid is a 12 column fluid CSS grid system. It’s been designed as a base for building responsive web layouts easily, quickly and with minimum effort. You don’t have to take care of resizing and rearranging your layout for each platform separately, since the grid does it for you. It is a percentage based grid system, meaning that it will perfectly adapt to all screen resolutions (mobile, tablets and big screens).

      • rwdgrid: Responsive Grid System

        RWDGrid is a responsive grid system designed to make your designs usable with multiple computers and mobile devices. It is based on the well-known 960grid system that integrates increased readability. Screen compatibility goes from 1200px all the way to small handheld sizes.

      • 34Grid: Responsive Grid System

        34Grid bases itself on a system that organizes groups of columns equally or unequally in order to let the website adapt to multiple screen sizes, a vital function if you're interested in interactions for mobiles and tablets. You can add transitions, margins and much more.

      • Singularity: Next-Gen Responsive Grid Framewo...

        Singularity intends to provide a different take at grids with its internal ratios approach (instead of contextual based), allowing more consistency and non-uniform grids to work better. Definitely one to look at if you're trying to use something different (or that, at least, tries to).

      • Centurion: A CSS Web Framework

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      • Profound Grid: Responsive Grid System

        ​ This tool allows the creation of responsive (or fixed, if you want) grids and allows a good deal of customization in the way the behave and interact with the environment. It promises to deliver semantic markup and super precise margins to ensure cross-browser stability.

      • Bedrock: Mobile First Responsive Grid

        ​Some projects NEED to have mobile design in mind before they even begin, others need just a few add-ons on an existing framework to achieve that last bit of elegance that will make the design shine. This 18-column responsive grid does not intend to be another framework, but a tool to modify more of your grids. Subtle and certainly useful.

      • Mueller Grid System for Responsive and Non...

        Mueller is a modular grid system for responsive/adaptive, and even non–responsive layouts, based on Compass. With it, you have full control over column width, gutter width, baseline grid and media queries. Among its features it has:- One default grid and (if needed) different per–media grids (e.g. large, tablet, handheld).- Capability to extend your media–grids to pre–defined layouts (e.g. a 2-column layout with switched columns).- Addition of fractional classes on top of grids and layouts (e.g. all-half, all-thirds, all-1of3).- Templates addition instead of using presentational classes in your markup.

      • Extra Strength Responsive Grids

        ​ Extra Strength makes full use of media queries, it's secret to make your grids much more flexible and adaptable, ideal for projects that base heavily on mobile usage. The possibilities are quite interesting since they let you play a lot with the way the elements are displayed which could make a big difference in the final result.

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