Formerly known as CSS3 Microsoft-Metro Buttons (CMMB)
Inspired by Microsoft's Metro Design Language, I was in need of a metro-styled CSS3 button library. I wanted to make similar metro-looking buttons used by Microsoft (extensively used in their Microsoft Windows Azure website) So I've built a very small, simple and clean CSS3 library to deal with my problem.
Thus CSS3 Microsoft-Metro Buttons (CMMB) was born. Weighing in at a healthy 30KB (compressed, 5KB gzipped), it's a light-weight and easy-to-use CSS/JS library that uses CSS3 styles for rich button design. The library can also work with Twitter Bootstrap. The buttons are also cross-browser compatibile from IE8, to the latest version of Chrome, and Firefox so you don't have to spend countless minutes testing on different browsers.
My goal is to help developers out there shave off some wasted time building that metro-like stylesheet by providing them a library, a starter kit, a base on which they can build upon.
Demo and Documentation
http://ace-subido.github.com/css3-microsoft-metro-buttons has a live demo and the library documentation.
LESS and SASS
LESS makes us write CSS much more like functional programming and it trains us to solve problems that way. I use wearekiss's SIMPLESS. To know more about LESS visit http://www.lesscss.org. To access the LESS and SASSfiles, download the "dsl-branch" branch.
Though as of 1.1.0, I haven't found the time to do it with LESS or SASS.
Got a bug to report or a feature request?
https://github.com/ace-subido/css3-microsoft-metro-buttons/issues is the perfect place for that.
My name is Ace Subido, I'm a .NET developer from the Philippines.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. (I love this license! The license summary doesn't have any paragraphs in all-caps that seems like the license is angry at you)