With NativeScript 2.5 recently reaching developers’ hands, the open source mobile framework’s builders are readying version 3.0 for an April release.
The software development industry continues its relentless march forward. In 2016 we saw new releases of popular languages, frameworks and tools that give us more power and change the way we work. It is difficult to keep track of everything that is new, so at the end of every year we give you our take on what is important and what you should learn during the next twelve months. Continue reading →
A CSS framework is a collection of CSS files containing predefined rules for layout, typography and other CSS resets. if you are a developer you might hear of terms like boilerplates, grid systems etc. Each one of them promising more than the next one. For the most part, they all refers to a collection of assets that are design to speed up the development.
There are many popular front-end frameworks are available like bootstrap and foundation. That doesn’t. Mean they are only the best solution. Here we have put together the best collection of CSS frameworks. We have listed the best and useful frame works available based on their popularity and ease of use.
There are a handful of alternatives that are much leaner than Bootstrap or Foundation. Most of these frameworks ship with just the right amount of styles and components to help you get started, while allowing you to be able to extend them in the direction you want for your project.
Perhaps, you want to go with popular choices like Bootstrap or Foundation, but if your website is going to be a fairly simple one, you won’t be needing most of the building blocks and materials included in the default package.
When starting a new project, it can be tedious to have to create everything from scratch. This is where AngularJS seed templates, and AngularJS boilerplate templates come in handy.
In development work, a boilerplate consists of the sections of code that are included in many places with little or no alteration. These boilerplates come in useful when a programmer has to create many similar sections of code when starting a new project. These boilerplates are different from themes or templates as most do not place an emphasis on design – they provide function and act as a scaffold for a new project. Continue reading →
As front end engineers, we live in exciting times. The big three of Front End Frameworks are all approaching or have had major new releases. Ember released 2.0 less than two months ago by making it a stealthily easy upgrade from its previous version. Just a couple weeks ago React released 0.14, a major step on its march to 1.0. AngularConnect, a conference in London later this week, will likely shine light on Angular 2’s timeline. Continue reading →
In this age of web development, responsiveness is a key factor when designing web applications. Most AngularJS themes available online are fully responsive and work on both desktop and mobile devices. They not only look great, they look great on any device or web browser.