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accepted With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
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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
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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.
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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..
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asked With a highly bespoke responsive website, will it be most effecient to customise bootstrap / use something else (pure-io?) / roll my own rules
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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?"
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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?
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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.
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revised Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
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asked Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
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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?
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revised Is it possible 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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comment How hard would it be for Microsoft to support deployment of .net apps onto OSX and linux
Fair enough, no problem!