A dead-simple, responsive, CSS framework



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Kabir Shah — I make things |
Hey Product Hunt,

Let me get one thing straight: there are way too many CSS frameworks released every day. Most of them aren't that good, weighing heavy in file size to do simple tasks. Plus, you have to learn them.

Wing aims to fix that, it has zero classes, instead, you learn by coding, Wing just styles everything for you. If you want to go a little advanced, you can learn the grid, which is as easy as learning 2 classes.

Everything is hackable, you can customize colors, designs, anything. Just style an element in your CSS. Wing is very similar to Skeleton, which is amazing framework, but Wing is updated regularly, and provides more features.

The best part? Wing does all of this in 4kb. To put that into perspective, Bootstrap is 88kb.

I hope you guys enjoy, and feel free to leave any feedback :)

EDIT: I wrote an article on rising to the top on Product Hunt
Josh English — Making Technlogy Work @ desirelist
@simplecooldude1 I was thinking to myself this looks just like Skeleton. Interesting as I enjoy skeleton a lot.
Kabir Shah — I make things |
@joshenglish Yes, so did I, but it wasn't updated and I needed some more features, so I made Wing, cheers :)
Brian Roach — DJ / Producer @itsBREX / @QualityControl
Is the fullscreen menu on there site part of Wing?
Kabir Shah — I make things |
@anodigital No, but if it were, Wing would have 200 extra lines of code, making it heavier ;)
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