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Primer – CSS Toolkit and Guidelines that Power GitHub

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Primer is the CSS toolkit that powers GitHub’s front-end design. It’s purposefully limited to common components to provide our developers with the most flexibility, and to keep GitHub uniquely GitHubby. It’s built with SCSS and available via Bower, so it’s easy to include all or part of it within your own project.

It is available for use under the MIT license and built with open source projects like SCSS, Jekyll, Grunt, and more. It includes a small Gruntfile for compiling SCSS, Autoprefixer for vendor prefixes, and Parker for CSS stats.

primer

Requirements: –
Demo: http://primercss.io/
License: MIT License

Dropplets – A Minimalist Markdown Blogging Platform

Posted · Category: Framework, License Free

Dropplets is a minimalist Markdown blogging platform focused on delivering just what you need in a blogging solution. When it comes to basic blogging, all you really want to do is write & publish which is where Dropplets excels.

Dropplets is a fresh platform dedicated to making blogging simple. With no database, you can install Dropplets in seconds on any server, compose offline using markdown, then simply upload to publish. You can install it on any server in just about 30 seconds.

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Requirements: –
Demo: http://dropplets.com/
License: License Free

Purple – UI Kit for All of Heroku’s Digital Properties

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Purple is a UI kit for all of Heroku’s digital properties. Purple provides guidelines for the aesthetic, function and form of user interfaces to provide a consistent experience for our customers. This is a living document and is under constant interation. They are not releasing a Bootstrap clone, they are simply creating documentation for their own design standards.

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Requirements: –
Demo: http://purple.herokuapp.com/
License: MIT License

Build Cross-Platorm Native Apps with JavaScript

Posted · Category: Framework

With NativeScript you can use your JavaScript and CSS skills to write native mobile applications for iOS, Android and (very soon) Windows Phone. There is no WebView involved in rendering the app, as the UI is rendered by the native platform’s rendering engine. Because of that, the app’s entire UX is native.

NativeScript enables you to use a complete stack of cross-platform APIs to write your application code or, if you need to, you can directly access all platform-specific native APIs using JavaScript only.

nativescript

Requirements: JavaScript
Demo: https://www.nativescript.org/
License: Apache License

Create Scalable and Responsive Sites with Kickoff

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Kickoff is a lightweight front-end framework for creating scalable, responsive sites. As front-end developers, the type of project we work on is becoming more and more diverse. Kickoff aims to help keep a consistent structure and style across all of your projects, without adding the bloat that other frameworks can lead to.

Kickoff tries to mitigate common problems found in web development by providing a strong starting point and a set of helpful defaults for use on almost any project. The main difference when comparing Kickoff with other similar frameworks is that it is not nearly as prescriptive – we’re looking at you Bootstrap and Foundation. While those frameworks define almost every aspect of a website with CSS styles and JavaScript plugins that do everything, Kickoff gives you just what you need.

kickoff

Requirements: –
Demo: http://tmwagency.github.io/kickoff/
License: MIT License

Lightning Fast Searches on JSON with DefiantJS

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Do you need to query large JSON structures? Do you end up coding loops to parse the JSON and identify the data that matches your query? DefiantJS offers a better way.

DefiantJS provides the ability for you to build smart templates applicable on JSON structures, based upon proven & standardized technologies such as XSLT and XPath. DefiantJS also extends the global object JSON with the method “search”, which enables searches on JSON structures with XPath expressions and returns matches as an array-like object.

defiantjs

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://www.defiantjs.com/
License: MIT License

Make Beautiful Hybrid Apps Fast with Reapp.io

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Reapp helps you make beautiful hybrid apps that feel great with React, Webpack and ES6. Reapp isn’t a framework, it’s just a collection of packages that work well together. On top of that, it’s a CLI that does exactly three things: Creates a new app for you, Runs a reapp-structured app, Builds a reapp-structured app into ./build.

React enables incredible boosts of both productivity and performance. It’s declarative components with lifecycles are the future of making apps. JavaScript has grown up as well. We have amazing build tools that bring us new features. Webpack and 6to5 give you ES6/7, JSX and more. With react-hot-loader you have insanely fast development. Enjoy flexibility, but without needing all the glue.

reapp

Requirements: –
Demo: http://reapp.io/
License: MIT License

Riot – A React-Like User Interface Library

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Riot is against the current trend of boilerplate and unneeded complexity. We think that a small, powerful API and concise syntax are extremely important things on a client-side library.

Riot brings custom tags to all browsers starting from IE8.A custom tag glues relevant HTML and JavaScript together forming a reusable component. You can roughly think of React + Polymer, but squeezed into 2.5KB. Riot is free, open source and licensed under the MIT License.

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Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: https://muut.com/riotjs/
License: MIT License

Aurelia – Modular, Simple and Testable JS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

Aurelia is a next generation JavaScript client framework that leverages simple conventions to empower your creativity. With its strong focus on developer experience, Aurelia can enable you to not only create amazing applications, but also enjoy the process. They’ve designed it with simple conventions in mind so you don’t need to waste time with tons of configuration or write boilerplate code just to satisfy a stubborn or restrictive framework. It’s been carefully designed to be pluggable and customizable.

These libraries have been used to develop thousands of applications for virtually every industry. They’ve harnessed this rich experience and used it to build Aurelia, the most advanced and developer friendly front-end framework today.

aurelia

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: http://aurelia.io/
License: MIT License

IO.js – Node.js with an Open Governance Model

Posted · Category: Framework

io.js is a JavaScript platform built on Chrome’s V8 runtime. This project began as a fork of Joyent’s Node.js™ and is compatible with the npm ecosystem.

Why? io.js aims to provide faster and predictable release cycles. It currently merges in the latest language, API and performance improvements to V8 while also updating libuv and other base libraries. This project aims to continue development of io.js under an “open governance model” as opposed to corporate stewardship.

io-js

Requirements: JavaScript Framework
Demo: https://iojs.org/
License: Check License Agreement

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