This is a really interesting alternative to Bootstrap. I haven’t had a chance to really dig through the code, but I like the style and I like the English-language-inspired naming convention.
Tanus is a really promising Node.js “single-page app” framework (that’s really much more than that). It’s just unbelievably fast, and built on top of really solid principals:
- First request is server-side rendered (as are non-JS/spider requests)
- Progressively enhances with client-rendered future requests
- Content is served first; everything else (including non-critical CSS) is delegated to post-onload
Here’s the project page: taunus/taunus
And take a look at the creator’s blog, which is running on tanus: PonyFoo — the site speed is incredible for a blog with not insignificantly-sized pages. I’m seriously considering Tanus for a future project.
Very cool jQuery plugin which predicts the user’s mouse movement and can trigger an event ahead of time (think menu movement, for example).
We use this on the new NACHI.ORG and it’s working really really well: