Speaker: Noah Collins
CSS frameworks provide a consistent, well-tested, documented starting place for your project's UI layer. Join Noah Collins for an introduction to three of the most popular CSS frameworks: Bootstrap, Topcoat, and Foundation. During the presentation we will outline core concepts and then work through an example project. First, we will cover the features and advantages of using CSS frameworks, along with a brief comparison that highlights the unique strengths of each framework. Then Noah will guide you step-by-step through an example project, covering setup, structure, and workflows. Wrapping up, we'll discuss the future direction of CSS frameworks as web UIs move toward modular, component-based architecture.
The presentation will come with supporting documentation and examples. Following along on your laptop during the presentation is completely optional. If you plan to follow along, make sure you have these tools installed ahead of time: node.js, npm, grunt, and bower.
Noah Collins is a front-end developer and open source advocate based in Seattle. He deals in web performance, tooling, and workflows. In his spare time, he tries to make the world a better place by working on collaborative web standards and improving educational materials for aspiring developers.
There will be pizza and drinks so come for dinner and stay for the talk. Adobe is once again providing room & beverage sponsorship.
Doors open at 6:00; meeting starts at 6:30 PM. As always, totally free to all.