Propeller is a responsive CSS framework that combines Google Material Design and Bootstrap components into a new library.

It may be useful to drastically reduce the amount of decisions to make when writing code, and focus on logic rather than on semantics and formatting. Super useful to create quick prototypes and Minimum Viable Products


Kernel.css is a simple CSS framework that you can use to build any web element and style it easily. It is a unintrusive, lightweight and semantic framework inspired by the material design specifications. It uses a bit of JavaScript and has a GNU license.


Modern CSS framework that provides tons of features, while managing to stay lightweight thanks to it’s modular architecture. The core of Consise has only basic styles for the native HTML elements, while various utilities and components can be included in the form of add-ons.


A CSS framework that strives to stay as slim as possible and provide the most minimal setup while still making your project pretty. Unlike other UI frameworks such as Bootstrap, Milligram doesn’t offer any components, only basic HTML styles, typography, and a layout grid. Just 2kb in size when gzipped.


Lightcase is a flexible and extendable web application to present various media formats on your website and is based on the jQuery Framework.


Have you wondered if using a CSS framework will speed up your site development? In this course, senior author James Williamson introduces the types of frameworks available—including the most popular choices among working web developers—and provides an honest assessment of the pros and cons to using a framework. He guides you through downloading a framework, setting up a directory structure, and building a framework-based site, such as structuring the HTML and working with forms. A separate chapter explores layout grids, often included with CSS frameworks, which provide a simple system for laying out page content.

In this video course, author Drew Falkman tours four open-source PHP frameworks: Zend, Symfony, CakePHP, and CodeIgniter...

In this video course, author Drew Falkman tours four open-source PHP frameworks: Zend, Symfony, CakePHP, and CodeIgniter. The course covers basic framework concepts; explores the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern as a means of simplifying, organizing, and maintaining code; and details the ins and outs of developing basic applications in each of the four frameworks.

jQuery, is it a popular buzzword or an effective JavaScript, what to say and how to define it? Yes, they both add values to the word jQuery. It is a popular JavaScript and a rocking word in the web industry nowadays. jQuery is being used by 40% of the websites nowadays. And, its demand is getting more and more because of its updated and feature content plugins. The functional boundaries are constantly getting pushed forward by the jQuery plugins because of the actual release of new plugins every now and then.

Opentip is a open source javascript tooltip framework created by Matias Meno. By utilising canvas, tooltip can be rendered easily with different styles. Also, for those who are not familiar with Javascript, you can create tooltip easily by using HTML data attributes. Opentip supports most browsers including IE7+...

If you are about to start developing the frontend of your upcoming project and want to make it responsive then you must have a look at this article. No matter what kind of website you are designing. Whether it is online portfolio, creative website, ecommerce website, corporate or retail, you can use this frontend framework to make your website responsive. So, today i would like to introduce a completely responsive frontend framework, Foundation. Yes, it is completely free!