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StringBean – FeatherWeight Responsive CSS Framework

Posted · Category: Framework, MIT License

StringBean is the featherweight responsive CSS Framework based on a 24-point system, rather than the traditional 12-point system that other frameworks use. Sometimes, 12 is just too few, especially on a high resolution screen, such as 4K – at 4K String Bean comes into its own! This gives the developer the power to divide the screen up in more finite segments providing you with greater control over the widths of content on your site, especially at higher resolutions (think HD & UHD (2K, 3K, 4K, and above).


Requirements: CSS
Demo: http://stringbean-lang.com/
License: MIT License

1 Comment
  • Wow, this framework looks like it comes from 2008.

    There is no less or sass source to adapt the levels of breakpoints, colors or anything else that would belong to a variable.
    Using a reset instead of normalize – have fun debugging that with devtools
    Domain is misleading (stringbean-lang sounds like this is a language, not a framework)
    Bower support only.
    Vendor prefixes are part of the source
    The file is not minified

    Damn, I could go on with the list of things that do not fit into a modern css framework.

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