Neat 1.7.0

A CSS framework built on top of Bourbon for creating fluid grid layouts, helping developers create all-around "responsive" web pages
Bourbon is a Ruby library for adding extra support for various mixins in Sass. Neat is a CSS framework written in SASS using some of the Bourbon mixins, ideal for creating website that adhere to the famous & intensely hyped "Responsive Design" concept.

Basically Neat can be used for creating fluid columns that resize and rearrange themselves as the viewport is modified via a resize event or when loaded on devices with smaller screens.

Neat allows plenty of customizations, starting from the number of columns, rows, margins, padding level, and gutter presence.

These will allow developers to adapt the Neat grid to their own projects without having to edit the entire Neat source, but just a few parameters here and there.

last updated on:
October 22nd, 2014, 11:38 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
thoughtbot, inc
homepage:
neat.bourbon.io
license type:
MIT License
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
category:
C: \ UI and CSS Frameworks

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What's New in This Release:
  • direction-context() {...} mixin changes the direction inside an entire block. No more reset-direction()! (25496b1)
  • display-context() {...} mixin changes the display property inside an entire block. No more reset-display()! (4eb67b8)
  • outer-container() now takes a max-width argument. (af4c2fe)
  • Full compatibility with Sass 3.4+ and Libsass 3.0+
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