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Ink

Ink

Ink is an open source interface kit for quick development of web interfaces, simple to use and expand on. It is a HTML5/CSS3 framework for fast and efficient website design and prototyping which offers a fluid and responsive grid, common interface elements, interactive components, a design-first approach with ease of use and simplicity at its core.

It uses a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript to offer modern solutions for building layouts, display common interface elements and implement interactive features that are content-centric and user friendly for both your audience and your designers & developers.

Ink is built with 1.4.0 LESS compiler version, FontAwesome, Ubuntu Font, HTML5 shiv and normalize.css.

 Ink 3.0.5

Price
Free to download

Size
9.1MB
License

MIT License

Developer
SAPO

Website
ink.sapo.pt

Support Sites:
GitHub, Twitter

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Truly fluid layout, all percentage-based
  • Grid system that offers real flexibility in building layouts
  • Generic styling classes which can be applied to many elements in different contexts to obtain a consistent result
  • Responsive, using a very logical size progression
  • Tries to rely as much as possible on natural language
  • Very easy to learn and reuse over time
  • Markup and CSS components for common web UI
    • Navigation - easy to implement and quick to make flexible and responsive to various screen widths
    • Typography - simple and elegant base style for text with a clear hierarchy and flexible, generic styling for all types of typographical composition
      • Four basic list styles defined in Ink, which correspond to the most widely used HTML list formats and also include an unstyled list format
    • Icons - uses Font Awesome, an icon webfont containing over 200 cool pictograms for use in your projects
    • Forms - Form building nightmare made easy
    • Alerts - basic alerts and block alerts
    • Tables - display tabular data clearly with alternating colored rows, highlight rows on hover, full borders for a more classic table, combine several styles, and special colored rows
  • JavaScript engine called Ink JS Core which provides DOM manipulation, communication facilities, page effects and more
  • JS Components:
    • Gallery
    • Modal
    • Table
    • Tree View
    • Sortable list
    • Date Picker
    • Tabs
    • Form Validator
    • Dockable, collapsible and close behaviours

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