Responsive Design, The Easy Way.

Choose Bootstrap, Foundation, Skeleton or another grid system? Responsive Frameworks Make Frontend Development Easier There is some debate on why a frontend designer would use a responsive framework instead of just using custom CSS. As you may know, the term "Responsive web design", was originally defined by Ethan Marcotte on A List Apart. A responsive

Responsive Design: 6 Bootstrap Alternatives

Top Responsive Frameworks & Grid Systems As a responsive designer, you may want to consider viable alternatives to Bootstrap, but also avoid the "flavor-of-the-day" grid systems that come and go. These top frontend frameworks will allow you to build sites faster, and reap the benefits of responsive layouts, pre-defined styles and reusable components. So, which framework

Codeply Roadmap Updates

As of today, April 11, 2015, Several more items on the Codeply Roadmap have been completed... Comments & Discussion The Disqus integration is complete. You can now read and post comments from any saved ply. Just click the comments icon in the top navbar. No Framework Don't want to use a responsive framework? You don't

5 Material Design Examples using MaterializeCSS

It seems like a lot of #frontend developers these days are moving towards adoption of the Principles of Google's Material Design. At the core, Material Design emphasizes the metaphor of real world paper & ink. MD uses motion (animation) to focus attention and meaningful user interaction. MD elements and colors are bold & deliberate. The

Bootstrap: Useful Since 2010.

"I've tried other frameworks, but I always end up using Bootstrap." Since Bootstrap was first released way back in 2010, it has grown-up to become the most popular frontend framework worldwide. As popular as it is, Bootstrap is also widely criticized by some in the Web development community. Chief Complaints Bootstrap is visual tedium. "Everything

Responsive Design & In-browser Testing with Codeply

Some of the challenges facing responsive designers in 2014 were testing, and finding tools to design on multiple viewports. Often frontend developers are designing within the confines of an automated workflow, and changes must be constantly pushed to a development environment for simple exploratory testing. Many wireframing tools and mockup tools exist, but their ability