📱 A super lightweight HTML, Sass, CSS, and JavaScript framework for building responsive websites
HTML JavaScript CSS
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
build v4.1.3 Aug 28, 2016
dist v4.1.3 Aug 28, 2016
src v4.1.3 Aug 28, 2016
tests Update and fix unit tests Dec 14, 2015
.gitattributes Updating git files Jun 12, 2013
.gitignore v3.1.1 Aug 29, 2014
CONTRIBUTING.md Updating readme etc. Jan 7, 2015
MIT-LICENSE.txt Update year range to 2016 Jan 16, 2016
README.md v4.1.3 Aug 28, 2016
bower.json v4.1.3 Aug 28, 2016
gulpfile.js Update dependencies Jul 9, 2015
package.json add related target to dropdown Dec 16, 2015

README.md

Responsive

A powerful, accessible, developer friendly framework for building responsive websites

Gitter

Responsive is the developers' framework.

Other frameworks are too design opinionated and heavy. They're great for prototyping but every time you start a real, front-facing, project with them you have to overwrite lots of designer styles that do nothing to add to the functionality of the website. That costs developers time and money.

Responsive has been built with that in mind. It is the result of thousands of hours of real, client driven web development and testing; specifically developed to be as lightweight as possible to prevent the need to undo styles set by the framework itself and allow developers to write efficient code and lower costs.

Responsive is tiny. The combined output CSS and JavaScript is only 20.3kb minified and gzipped but there is a lot of functionality built into the framework with touch, right-to-left language, and accessibility support. It's designed to be dropped-in, as-is to your website such as you would with Normalize.css.

Browser support covers IE9+ as well as all other modern browsers.

Downloading Responsive

Several options are available for downloading Responsive:

Documentation

Responsives' documentation, included in the gh-pages repo. It is built with Jekyll and publicly hosted on GitHub Pages at http://responsivebp.com. The docs may also be run locally.

  1. If necessary, install Jekyll (requires v2.5.2).
    • If you are running Windows please read this unofficial guide to get Jekyll up and running without problems.
  2. From the root /Responsive directory, run jekyll serve in the command line.

Learn more about using Jekyll by reading its documentation.

Contributing

Contribution is most welcome, that's the whole idea! Together as a community we can build a boilerplate for building responsive sites that will ensure that high standards can be delivered across all devices.

Please adhere to existing JavaScript and Sass styles though when submitting code and ensure that you test thoroughly on multiple devices.

Please take a moment to review the guidelines for contributing.

Building the Sass and JavaScript

The build process for Responsive is powered by gulpjs. To build Responsive you will need to first install the required plugins using the following commands from the root /Responsive directory:

  1. npm install -g gulp To install gulp globally.
  2. npm install to install the necessary build dependencies based on the contents of the package.json file.

If you are adding new functionality to the build process use:

npm install {your_new_build_dependency} --save-dev

There are three types of build available:

  1. gulp Compiles the framework to the build folder.
  2. gulp watch For debug purposes. Compiles the framework to the build folder and watches for further changes
  3. gulp release Compiles the framework to the build folder and zips up the build in the dist folder for release.

Authors

James South @james_m_south and the Responsive contributors.

Community

Follow @responsivebp on Twitter. Discuss Responsive on Gitter.

Copyright and license

Copyright 2013-2016 James Jackson-South under the MIT license.