CSS Get the lowdown on the key pieces of Bootstrap's infrastructure, including our approach to better, faster, stronger web development. HTML5 doctype Bootstrap makes use of certain HTML elements and CSS properties that require the use of the HTML5 doctype. Include it at the beginning of all your projects. <! Mobile first With Bootstrap 2, we added optional mobile friendly styles for key aspects of the framework. To ensure proper rendering and touch zooming, add the viewport meta tag to your <head>. You can disable zooming capabilities on mobile devices by adding user-scalable=no to the viewport meta tag. Bootstrap sets basic global display, typography, and link styles. Set background-color: #fff; on the body Use the @font-family-base, @font-size-base, and @line-height-base attributes as our typographic base Set the global link color via @link-color and apply link underlines only on :hover These styles can be found within scaffolding.less. Normalize.css Containers <div class="container"> ... <! Bold
Creative Computing | Download This guide was developed by members of the ScratchEd research team at the Harvard Graduate School of Education: Christan Balch, Michelle Chung, and Karen Brennan. We encourage you to use as much or as little of the guide as you like, to design new activities, and to remix the included activities. No matter your prior experience or expertise, we think of every educator as a co-designer of the Creative Computing experience. We are releasing this guide under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license, which means that you are completely free to use, change, and share this work, as long as you provide appropriate attribution and give others access to any derivative works. This work was made possible with support from the National Science Foundation through grant DRL-1019396, the Google CS4HS program, and the Code-to-Learn Foundation. The original guide, for educators 154 pages of plans, activities, and strategies for introducing Creative Computing in your learning environment.
Beginners Guide | LiveCode If you are a beginner, whether to programming or just to LiveCode this guide will introduce you to the LiveCode development environment and guide you step-by-step to building your first app. Introduction LiveCode makes it easy to turn your concepts, ideas or designs into powerful applications for Desktop, Mobile and Server. LiveCode has an easy to use drag and drop interface for creating your user interface, once you have created your UI you use LiveCode’s high-level, English like language to code your application. LiveCode is a compile free language so you can run and edit your application live, allowing you to add code gradually, and develop iteratively, testing as you go, with no compile time or delay. A LiveCode application is completely cross-platform. This guide will introduce you to the basics of LiveCode, the architecture behind LiveCode, the integrated development environment(IDE), resources and support and how to create your first apps. General To use LiveCode you will need: Windows