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A dead-simple, responsive, CSS framework

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Kabir Shah
@kingpixil · I make things | kabir.ml
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 adv… See more

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Kabir Shah
@kingpixil · I make things | kabir.ml
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 adv… See more
Brian Roach
@anodigital · DJ / Producer @ANODIGITAL
Is the fullscreen menu on there site part of Wing?
Greg Garnhart
@ggarnhart · Student
This looks great! As a heads up, the "examples" option in your menu does not seem to be functioning. That might just be for me, but thought I should tell you.
Margaret Hutchins
@margaret_hutchins
Cool, I can't wait to try this out!
Kiley Dorton
@kiley0 · Product Designer @ TORQworks
Skeleton has been my go-to minimal css framework for nearly every project for years. But I agree, it is aging and hasn't been updated since Dec 2014. On the other hand, it's more or less rock solid. I think Wing could replace Skeleton as my default new project css framework, but only if you do keep it updated and keep up with PRs. Unfortunately, the only way… See more