Google just announced that it’s expanding the Web Fundamentals resource it launched to help developers build web experiences for a multi-device world. The resource includes info about “responsive layouts, forms, touch, media, performance, device capabilities, and setting up a development workflow“, but today Google is introducing a beta release of a new ‘Web Starter Kit’ tool.
Web Starter Kit acts as a boilerplate tool that allows developers to build web experiences that incorporate “responsive layout, a visual style guide, and optional workflow features like performance optimization so you can keep your pages lean and fast.”
Designed to help you apply Web Fundamentals’ best practices in new projects, Web Starter Kit is a lightweight boilerplate with templates and tooling. Web Starter Kit gives you responsive layout, a visual style guide, and optional workflow features like performance optimization so you can keep your pages lean and fast.
You can learn more about Web Starter Kit and download the beta here.
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