Meshki: A Black-Colored, Responsive Boilerplate for UI Development
Meshki is a simple, black-colored, responsive boilerplate to kickstart any responsive project.
It is only ~20 KiB (minified) and ~30 KiB (normal), including both Scss/CSS and JS files.
Check out https://borderliner.github.io/Meshki/ for samples and details.
$ git clone https://github.com/Borderliner/Meshki.git
Note: Meshki is always under active development, so if you're looking for a stable and safe release, use the compressed packages. Cloning the repo is needed only if you want to contribute to the project. 4. Use Bower:
bower install meshki(Not Recommended) 5. Use npm:
npm install meshki(Not Recommended)
git clone https://github.com/Borderliner/Meshki.git && cd Meshki
Install all the dependencies (don't use both):
To compile Meshki, the file
build.jscontains the scripts you need to compile Meshki. There are a couple of commands you can use via
yarnso that you don't have to use
npm run compile
yarn run compile
To compile and watch for file changes:
npm run watch
yarn run watch
Sometimes when you upgrade your NodeJS,
node-sassneeds to be recompiled for the newer version. To do so, run the following command:
npm run rebuild-sass
yarn run rebuild-sass
Meshki is lightweight, stylish and minimal. It styles only raw HTML elements (with a few exceptions) and provides a responsive grid with a fresh-looking interface.
Latest version of these browsers are implied: - Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Microsoft Edge -> ✓ Well-Tested - Mozilla Firefox -> ✓ Well-Tested - Safari -> No issues reported. - Internet Explorer 9+ -> No animations on IE 9. Do not open issues regarding IE 8 and below Change Your Browser, Please!
The above list is non-exhaustive. Meshki works fine with almost all older versions of the above browsers, though IE certainly has large degradation prior to IE 9, and you are advised to always keep your browser up-to-date.
Not any production-obstructing issues are currently present. For all known issues and project roadmap, see CHANGELOG.
Meshki has been developed mainly on PC, using VSCode and its surrounding tools.
All parts of Meshki are free to use under the permissive Apache-2.0 License.
All other non-Meshki codes have their own respective licenses. Check out their repositories for more information. The website of Meshki uses:
Meshki was originally started by Mohammadreza Hajianpour as a fork of Skeleton. Meshki has come a long way since then and has experienced a total overhaul, including porting the codebase from CSS to Scss. Skeleton was created by Dave Gamache.
Thanks to all contributors and supporters of Meshki, you are AWESOME.