Skel JS download: skel-master
Skel is a lightweight framework for building responsive sites and web apps.
When Sagapixel first started out and it was just Frank building websites, this framework was a lifesaver. He used it on all of the websites of our first clients, which saved a ton of time.
We’ve since moved on from using Skel JS and adopted WordPress, but there is still a lot of developers out there that would like to explore this framework. Now that we’re a top web design and SEO company in NJ & Philadelphia, we’ve made it available here.
May it serve you as it has served us.
- Minified production versions:
- Documentation: Skel, Layout, Viewport, and Skel.scss
- Unminified sources:
- Baseline, a simple boilerplate built on Skel + Skel.scss: github.com/ajlkn/baseline
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Previous versions of Skel were basically monolithic (ie.
skel.min.js contained all of Skel’s functionality, even if you didn’t need all of it). As of version 3, Skel uses a modular approach to give you more flexibility in how you use it. Here’s how it (currently) breaks down:
- Skel (
skel.min.js)(Main framework) Provides JS access to CSS breakpoints, events, and other tools.
- Layout (
skel-layout.min.js)(Module) Adds CSS and page layout tools, including a CSS grid system, browser resets and more.
- Viewport (
skel-viewport.min.js)(Module) Adds simplified viewport management (including support for multiple viewport
- Skel.scss (
_skel.scss)(Sass framework) A Sass-based implementation of Skel. Merges certain aspects of Skel and its Layout module (while adding some handy new mixins). Designed to work independently or in conjunction with Skel for added effect.
- DOMReady (http://github.com/ded/domready | (c) Dustin Diaz | MIT license)
- matchMedia (http://github.com/paulirish/matchMedia.js | (c) Scott Jehl, Paul Irish, Nicholas Zakas, David Knight | Dual MIT/BSD license)
- UMD Wrapper (http://github.com/umdjs/umd/blob/master/returnExports.js | @umdjs + @nason)
- CSS Resets (http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset | Eric Meyer | Public domain)
- Normalize (http://necolas.github.io/normalize.css | Nicolas Gallagher, Jonathan Neal | MIT License)
- Various Sass functions by Hugo Giraudel (http://hugogiraudel.com | @hugogiraudel)
Skel, Layout, Viewport, and Skel.scss are released under the MIT license.
Copyright (c) skel.io
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