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Working With Jeet: an Alternative Responsive Framework

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Jeet is a lightweight, responsive framework which gets away from presentational classes, instead focusing on markup, style and semantics.

Let me illustrate how Jeet compares to more common framework alternatives (Bootstrap, for example), we'll go over the download and setup procedure, then cover some of its main features. Lastly, we'll demonstrate Jeet in a working environment by rebuilding a responsive prototype of Webdesigntuts+. This is a hefty video, so grab a coffee and let's begin!


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