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Aug
7
awarded  Yearling
Aug
7
awarded  Scholar
Aug
7
accepted With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
Aug
7
comment With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
Here is the answer. 1. If you have a design and it has paid no respect to bootstrap, then start with pure, and add in elements of bootstrap as you need. 2. If you don't have a design, use bootstrap. purecss.io/extend
Aug
7
comment With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
And this isn't a platform. Just a website.
Aug
7
comment With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
Fantastic answer, much appreciated. I suppose it doesn't actually answer my question, hense the (justified) moderation fuss. It is a very bespoke design, so I will probably opt for pure again. I suppose if something has paid no attention to bootstrap whatsoever, you're going to fight it quite a lot..
Aug
7
asked With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
Nov
8
comment Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
I could change the title to, "Has anyone ever been sued over a patent as stupid as this?"
Nov
8
comment Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
Could we move it to patents. then? I feel this is such an important issues given the upcoming and existing patent situation in the world, that understanding this issue could greatly help the future of software development?
Nov
8
comment Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
I've updated the question. I do hope this can get a sensible answer.
Nov
8
revised Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
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Nov
8
asked Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
Sep
14
awarded  Yearling
Mar
29
comment What ASP.NET MVC can do and Ruby on Rails can't?
Being able to drop down to raw c# / .net framework could be considered more flexible?
Oct
3
revised Is it illegal to rewrite every line of an open source project in a slightly different way, and use it in a closed source project?
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Sep
15
comment How hard would it be for Microsoft to support deployment of .net apps onto OSX and linux
Fair enough, no problem!
Sep
15
awarded  Yearling
Sep
14
asked How hard would it be for Microsoft to support deployment of .net apps onto OSX and linux
Jul
13
comment Is it illegal to rewrite every line of an open source project in a slightly different way, and use it in a closed source project?
I'm not whining about anything, I felt this poses an interesting question and am following it up to the extent that is possible within the network. OK, so you are saying that GPL code is not put up to learn from, but rather to freely execute an algorithm. This doesn't explicitly cover the situation of learning from the source, but is an interesting angle.
Jul
6
revised Is it illegal to rewrite every line of an open source project in a slightly different way, and use it in a closed source project?
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