Jumpstart UIKit: Learn to Build Enterprise-Level, Feature-Rich Websites that Work Elegantly With Minimum Fuss
- 1h 39m
- Aravind Shenoy
Learn to build modern, sleek, and powerful websites quickly and easily with UIKit, an open-source, responsive, and lightweight framework. This book reveals the massive potential of this amazing framework to help you prototype, develop, and customize your web projects as per your business requirements
Responsive web design is imperative nowadays as mobile sites become the de-facto standard. UIKit makes front-end design easier and helps speed up the development process significantly. You can build enterprise-level, feature-rich websites that work elegantly with a wide range of different device sizes and resolutions with minimum fuss.
You'll play with the mobile-first grid component and an expansive set of intuitive CSS elements. UIKit simplifies the difficult task of crafting intricate and robust websites. Instead of loads of theory, this good read will help you get comfortable with the various utilities using comprehensive coding examples in an easy-to-understand manner.
What You'll Learn
- Set up the UIKit's required build tools to get started
- Create a fully responsive, fluid, and nested grid layout
- Use UIKit to take your first steps in responsive web design
- Play with the wide-range of CSS components and elements
- Work with design web elements such as Navigation, Cards, Modals, Forms, and Accordion.
Who This Book Is For
This book is aimed at newbies and beginners, who are keen to build responsive websites using the solid UIkit framework. It can also be a quick reference for web designers, who are acquainted with or use the UIkit toolset for their important projects.
About the Author
A Senior Technical writer by profession, Aravind Shenoy's core interests are Technical Writing, Content Writing, Content Development, Web Design, and Business Analysis. He was born and raised in Mumbai and resides there. A music buff - he loves listening to Rock n' Roll and Rap. Oasis, R.E.M, The Doors, Dire Straits, Coldplay, Jimi Hendrix, U2, Guns n’ Roses and Michael Jackson rule his playlists. An engineering graduate from the Manipal Institute of Technology and an author of several books, he is a keen learner and believes that there is always a steep learning curve as Life is all about learning. In summary, as he quips “The most important thing is to be happy - it’s all that matters. After all, we are here for a good time, not a long time.
In this Book
Grid System, Containers, and Helper Classes
Navigation Elements and Media Attributes
Forms and Tables
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