Calling all web developers! You should certainly look through this roundup of Easy HTML5/CSS3 Frameworks. We have posted some frameworks in our recent posts but you might want to take a look on this collection because you may have not used most of these before. Stay in date with the latest handy HTML5 & CSS3 technologies! Enjoy!
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2. The M Project
Is an event framework for HTML5 video that provides a simple API for synchronizing interactive and immersive content. Popcorn.js utilizes the native HTMLMediaElement properties, methods and events, normalizes them into an easy to learn API, and provides a plugin system for community contributed interactions.
6. Baker 2.0
CSS3 Action Library aims to gather all the best CSS3 effects in one place. Today the number of browsers who supports CSS3 is growing; CSS3 in many cases can be used like Java Script replacement and can contribute to better browsing experience.
9. G5 Framework
created by Harry Roberts. This framework built to work on smaller screens straight out of the box with minimal effort. Inuit.css’ main features are fully supported even in IE6 + basic support for new HTML5 elements.
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