Anyone tried this out yet?
I’ve only glanced at it, but it claims to do everything via CSS and SASS rather than js.
Navbars, hamburgers, forms, the usual suspects.
UPDATE: my first (uninformed) impressions
just spent an hour watching a guy build 3 different webpages, 2 using CSS grid… and i may be missing the point somehow, but it’s basically just cutting and pasting pre-classified snippets of code (mostly divs) to build up your webpage framework.
it’s like styling using classes, but in reverse… meaning, the classes are already build for you, and you just write your code using the cut and paste of all these pre-defined classes with semantic sounding class names with modifiers like “is-black” to change the color to something to black.
I’m sure a ton of thought was put into it to make it all hold together and avoid conflicts, but it really seems more like somebody’s baby they built for themselves, than a framework.
but what do i know… would probably end up with the same cheat sheet in 10yrs time and wonder why i didn’t just copy this guys notes.
(P.S. hey, and i just noticed there is a cursor now in the edit window – thank you PG forum gods!)