Kube Web Framework – CSS & JS framework

Kube is a minimal, responsive, advanced web framework for professional developers and designers. It helps developers spend less time on mundane, repetitive tasks.

The framework is a single CSS file that brings responsive layouts with no headache.

Kube works in all modern browsers on desktops and mobile devices: including the latest releases of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and IE9+. The default styles are attractive.

Features include:

  • LESS-based, and modular.
  • Precisely measured, visually appealing and graphically attractive typography elements.
  • Full control over forms. Kube Forms only utilizes native tags.
  • Wide variety of fully customizable buttons.
  • Responsive flexible grid for any site width.
  • Tables – borders, margins, captions are fully responsive and completely customizable.
  • Incorporate search forms.
  • Smarter, smaller and faster markup with Mixins.
  • Notifications.
  • Six beautiful and carefully measured basic colors with three variations of each.
  • Icons.
  • Fast Block elements.
  • Create, customize and enhance navigation including full-width, vertical, breadcrumbs, pagination.
  • Colorful labels or colorful badges.
  • Helpers.

Website: github.com/imperavi/kube
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Developer: Imperavi
License: MIT

Kube is written in JavaScript. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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