Layout is a mobile-first responsive frontend framework built with a focus on ease-of-use, performance, and organization. The framework provides sensible default styles that are easy to customize, and instead of being a bloated static layer beneath your project, it's meant to be a highly optimized and organized starting point that can dynamically grow with your project.
First you'll need to download the framework.Download Layout
Layout's total footprint, minified and gzipped, is only about 4 KB.
The framework is split into two main folders called src which stands for source and dist which stands for distribution.
|src||Contains the files you'll need to edit to start creating your web interface.|
|dist||Contain the final files you'll want to upload onto to a public web server.|
You'll also need to download Prepros to compile your CSS and JS.Download Prepros
It uses the SCSS version of Sass and some of the latest features CSS has to offer such as Flexbox.
You'll need a code editor as well. We recommend using Atom.Download Atom
It's also tested to be compatible with the latest desktop versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, and Opera web browsers and the latest mobile versions of Chrome and Safari. You'll probably want to install all of them for testing purposes.
For more in-depth browser support information on frontend web technologies for desktop and mobile web browsers we recommend using Can i use.