Angelos Chalaris

Joined about 7 years ago

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  • Posted to mini.css v2.3.0 released!, in reply to Eliot Slevin , Jun 10, 2017

    Thank you very much! If you're interested in getting started, I wrote an article that teaches you the basics. More are coming, along with a React/Preact library that works wonders for Progressive Web Apps! Stay tuned!

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  • Posted to mini.css v2.3.0 released!, Jun 09, 2017

    [Full disclosure] I am the developer of this framework and I have worked really hard on this update. I just added a bunch of new components, all written in pure CSS (ok, SCSS), so I would like some feedback on the update and the framework as a whole. Thanks in advance!

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Your favorite CSS framework?, Sep 29, 2016

    I use my own framework, mini.css: It's tiny, responsive, does not force me to use a specific style or naming convnentions and I can always extend it infinitely. Oh, and it contains no Javascript at all!

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