Hoodie aims to combine the best of the best frameworks into a single package to speed your development.
It's the zippered hoodie of HTML/CSS frameworks!
Unzip Hoodie and see what's inside:
- Parts of Twitter Bootstrap 1.0 - mostly Alerts, Tabs, Popover and Twipsy
- Eric Meyer's Reset and Normalize.css combine and de-duplicated
- Skeleton Grid Boilerplate.
- Creamy SASS/SCSS goodness.
What are you waiting for?? Checkout http://craigwaterman.github.com/Hoodie!
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:craigwaterman/Hoodie.git; alternatively: grab the latest.
Need to report a problem? Please file an issue here:
As Hoodie evolves, we'll post updates via Twitter: @hoodiecss.
Hoodie's CSS is built on SASS with the SCSS syntax; we've provided a helper script (scss/sassy.sh) to quickly output a debug and minified version of your final CSS.
Why ANOTHER Framework??
Over time we repeatedly reused the same awesome frameworks and libraries, copy/pasting until our little programmer fingers bled…
…so we took all those pieces and zipped them up into a single package (and bought a box of Band-Aids®).
Copyright and license
Licenses for framework components pulled from other projects are located in ATTRIBUTION.txt All code specific to Hoodie itself is released to the public domain with no license.