Simple and complete web UI framework to create web apps with Windows 8 Metro user interface.
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README.md

BootMetro

BootMetro provides simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and Javascript for web apps that wants to use the "Windows 8 MetroUI" style, without the need to run on Windows 8. It is built on top of Twitter Bootstrap and was originally inspired by the Metro UI CSS by Sergey Pimenov.

Features

The framework permit to create web applications with the look&feel of the not-yet-released Windows 8 MetroUI style. Maybe not ideal for internet web sites, the MetroUI style can be adopted for modern intranet web sites. I've choosen to use as base the awesome Twitter Bootstrap framework, applying a set of customizations in pure css (but planning to do it in LESS for future version).

The framework integrate and extend the work first done by other great people:

Versioning

Latest Release: v0.6

  • Various bug fixes
  • restored correct use of OpenSans web font
  • upgraded to use Twitter Bootstrap v2.2.1
  • added ListView demo
  • added Wizard demo (in progress)
  • styled modal dialogs as Metro guidelines for messages and errors/warnings.

ToDo

  • fix charms & charms animation like bootstrap plugins
  • check layout guideline on "Understanding the Windows 8 silhouette"
    • make 2 layout grid: h-scroll + v-scroll
  • (almost done) Complete the implementation of the tiles templates (add counter & mini ico)
  • demo form page with notifications
  • demo image thumbs selectables
  • demo charms with docs

Links

Official Metro UI Guidelines