Keep track of every touch point with cardinal and compass be a bad-ass Captain Jack with a Sparrow on the shoulder.
The low-level toolkits can't be used to give UIs their functions but are like an arcadia of algorithms (logical, mathematical, maybe statistical too) exported by a class of rich APIs to create/write codes that gives functional UIs.
The high-levels are implementations of the low-level APIs that make user interfaces functional, offering great user experience. Although some don't implement any low-level API and are independent. Those that implement are dependent, and for production, the dependencies of the dependents must be available (on JS runtimes) imported or loaded (on the web). For example, to use the Nav module the Drawer module must be imported or loaded as dependency.
Every module that's not low-level, except otherwise stated.
Compass or compacss or compascss is a kick-start SCSS mixin library which could be used as a backbone, extensible template to building cardinal compliant UI. It also comes in a ready/precompiled form, that is, already built to CSS. Learn more
Design Guide and Standards
We should spread the good; don't you think?
There's nothing as good as open source; except Cardinal which is as good as open source. I'm simply saying...
Cardinal is open source, and is provided under the Apache LICENSE-2.0 with all rights reserved. Copyright
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