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jekyll-gulp-sass-browser-sync - A starter project including full setup for Jekyll, GulpJS, SASS & BrowserSync

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Here's a 1.5min screencast showing what you get. And here's a GIF showing the CSS injecting.

sassy-starter - :tada: Sassy starter - HTML / SCSS (SMACSS)

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For theming: add separate file (theme.scss) insrc/scss/themes/, override the default $theme variable, and run gulp themes. Developed by @MinaMarkham. Please list all bugs and feature requests in the Github issue tracker.




btns - A set of css utilities for constructing beautiful responsive buttons

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A small css module that allows for nice-looking, fully-responsive buttons. You can just grab the css.

made-mistakes-jekyll - :ghost: Source for my website and blog (Jekyll + Gulp + Travis CI)

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This is the source code of Made Mistakes, a personal blog and portfolio built with Jekyll, Gulp, and Travis CI. Please note: Made Mistakes hasn't been "themed" like some of my other Jekyll repos and isn't compatible with the "default" GitHub Pages workflow without substantial alterations.

space-jekyll-template - A simple spacemacs template on jekyll

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A simple and elegant Jekyll theme based on Spacemacs. The theme works well on mobile devices as well. See a live demo here.


kickoff - :basketball: A lightweight front-end framework for creating scalable, responsive sites

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Kickoff's demo and documentation site is hosted at trykickoff.com. Our Yeoman Generator is the best way to get Kickoff each time you want to start a new project, visit trykickoff.com/docs/yeoman.html for more info.

techy - A flat file CMS based on Gulp and AbsurdJS

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I'm a super simple Flat CMS based on Node.js (Gulp.js and AbsurdJS). If you don't want to use a database to store your content I could help you. Write everything in Markdown format and I'll convert it to HTML. In other words, there are JavaScript expressions which you may write between <% and %> and basically fetch information based on other files in your codebase. For example generating a site map or showing the latest added Markdowns.

blockstack-stats - A site for displaying live Blockstack stats

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A live version of this site can be found online at https://blockstackstats.com.Clone this repo locally, then run npm install from the root directory.

reStart-angularjs - Responsive (mobile first) boilerplate single-page app in AngularJS.

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A mobile-first, responsive boilerplate in AngularJS with all basic features needed to get a scalable single page application started.Currently supports modern browsers and IE9+. This boilerplate will attempt to stay in sync with latest AngularJS stable releases, so the browser support may change over time.

Baumeister - The aim of this project is to help you to build your things

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For those already using Node, Gulp and stuff.The major dependency is Node.js including the Node.js package manager called »npm«. The other dependencies can be installed with npm.

core - Our Front-end baseplate, from mobile to desktop

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The Engage Interactive website baseplate. We've all played with the latest baseplate/boilerplate/bootstrap but were never truly happy with them. We've produced somewhat of a halfway house between the HTML5 Boilerplate and something like Foundation. It contains the usual basics, plus some really useful core files and project settings.

startproject - Starting point for creating websites with Django Fiber

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Startproject is a starting point for creating websites with Django Fiber.

robots.ros.org - The source for robots.ros.org

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This is a site to show off ROS robots. Please contribute your ROS supported robots. This site replaces wiki.ros.org/Robots as the best place to find out about ROS robots.

iemoto - Underscores (_s) based grunt-init template for WordPress theme.

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This is a WordPress Starter Theme based on _s and integrated with grunt. If you've never used any grunt-init templates follow below to install grunt-init.

trim - An easier workflow for faster better stronger websites

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Work in progress. Under active development. Pull requests welcome. Running a simple dev environment and readying assets for production should be super easy and trivial. This is an attempt at a basic template for faster performing websites. Performance matters, but we shouldn't have to constantly pick low-hanging fruit. It should be as easy as hitting a button. Hopefully this can become that button.