Metro 4 Components Library
Sleek, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development.
Build responsive, mobile-first projects on the web with the first front-end component library in Metro Style.
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Metro 4 is an MIT-licensed open source project.
It's an independent project with its ongoing development made possible entirely thanks to the support by these
Current Version 4.2.48
Documentation and Demo: metroui.org.ua
Metro 4 releases frequently. I Am create release when there are significant bug fixes, new APIs or components. The usual frequency of release of the new version is one week on Sundays.
Long term support of older versions of Metro 4 does not currently exist. If your current version of Metro 4 works for you, you can stay on it for as long as you'd like. If you want to make use of new features as they come in you should upgrade to a newer version.
- Styles created using the less preprocessor by Alexis Sellier
- preCode by Leon Sorokin preCode
- easing functions by George McGinley Smith easing
- strftime by Tom Doan strftime
- jQuery Core jquery
- function b64toBlob by Jeremy Banks
- Date.getWeek by Nick Baicoianu
- Swipe component based on Matt Bryson TouchSwipe plugin
- All who brought something good
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Metro 4 has MIT License
Thanks to all. Special thanks to all those who financially supported the project.
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