- Powerful router
- Standard and custom HTTP methods
- Route parameters with wildcards and conditions
- Route redirect, halt, and pass
- Route middleware
- Template rendering with custom views
- Flash messages
- Secure cookies with AES-256 encryption
- HTTP caching
- Logging with custom log writers
- Error handling and debugging
- Middleware and hook architecture
- Simple configuration
I haven’t looked too deep into this one yet, but some people say this is an alternative to Twitter Bootstrap.
Twitter Bootstrap 3.0 is coming soon. There are many changes and improvements, with “Mobile first!” being the main focus for this release. Read through the checklist of the linked pull request for more information.
I’ve had one of those very productive days at work. A rather large CSS re-factoring has been completed without too much obvious breakage. How big of a re-factoring? That’s how big:
$ git diff ae5bedf..HEAD | diffstat -s 345 files changed, 516 insertions(+), 8430 deletions(-)
Can’t wait for this project to migrate to Twitter Bootstrap CSS framework.