ChocolateChip-UI 1.0

For those of you who visit my blog looking for how to put together different widgets with HTML and CSS, I’m proud to announce the launch of ChocolateChip-UI 1.0. This is a major update with many refinements, bug fixes and new features, such as titled lists, alphabetical lists, and iPad style popovers. If you like the examples in these blog post and would like to use them, you can download an entire framework with everything in this blog and more, all ready to use. And, if you’re good with CSS, it’s fairly easy to customize the look and feel of the framework.

Visit ChocolateChip-UI.com.

Here’s a list of the types of widgets, controls and layout options that ChocolateChip-UI offers:

  • Toolbars
  • Navbars
  • Buttons
  • Icons
  • Navigation Lists
  • Table Views
  • Selection Lists
  • Switch Controls
  • Popups
  • Popovers
  • Expanders
  • Progress Bars
  • Activity Indicators
  • Actionsheets
  • Tab Bars
  • Segmented Controls
  • Deletion Lists
  • Sliders
  • Carouses
  • Scroll Panels
  • Paging Controls
  • Split Layout

Here’s what some of those layouts and controls look like:

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About Robert Biggs
Front end Web developer skilled at creating interactive, dynamic interfaces using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, SVG. Passionate about developing awesome user experiences in the mobile space.

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