HTML5 And CSS3 Frameworks is what can make your job easier with structuring and presenting content on the World Wide Web. Features like video playback and drag-and-drop that have been previously dependent on third-party browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight, and Google Gears are being incorporated in HTML5.
Although the full recommendation of HTML5 is very far away (2022), but browsers are being making there moves already. As a designer myself I really am watching closely on developments, articles on HTML5 and CSS3, and today I would like to present the frameworks for HTML5 and CSS3.
52framework contains all the header, nav, section, article, footer tags which are the basic html5 tags, with full documentation and growing community this frameworks looks promising. Features like rounded corners, text-shadow, box-shadow, html5 markup, grid system, css reset are just a small list, this framework is worth a look if you want to dive in HTML5 and CSS3.
Less Framework is a CSS framework for building flexible multi-column website layouts. It contains a ten column grid optimized for a line-height of 24px, as well as a set of typography presets based on the golden ratio that fit into the grid’s vertical rhythm.
With support of all browsers this framework is said to open in mobile devices with a smooth and flexible manner. The tutorial and documentation is very neat and can be easily understood.
Baseline is a CSS framework that aims to be a basic typographic layout and build a simple grid system, including style for HTML forms and new HTML 5 elements.
This framework uses the font metrics to line up headlines, paragraphs, form labels and other elements on the page baseline, tending to create a nice fixed layout.
SproutCore is an HTML5 application framework for building responsive, desktop-caliber apps in any modern web browser, without plugins.
Hosted on google code, CSS3 Action Library aims to gather all the best CSS3 effects in one place. With some very fantastic demos like of google redesign, this framework is also worth a shot.
Sencha Touch allows your web apps to look and feel like native apps. Beautiful user interface components and rich data management, all powered by the latest HTML5 and CSS3 web standards and ready for Android™ and Apple iOS devices.
And there are more to come. We will be updating this post in future, so that you can find about all frameworks in one place. So I recommend you to bookmark this page for future reference.
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