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06-05-2018, 12:12 PM
So I am not entirely sure if any of you will find this interesting or cool; however, I am working on my own Foundation/JQuery.
So far nothing too extreme but you can currently check out the beginning works here: https://project-galax.000webhostapp.com/ (Bunch of placeholders)
Yes, like I started it last night. Something that I really find interesting is if you resize the screen to "mobile" view and scroll down the "title" (EG autoscroll) element moves to the top instead of the bottom and it will scroll with the main body element.
Unlike in foundation where you cant determine what "state" your view is in you will be able to determine the state of your web page. You can view the different view ports here: https://project-galax.000webhostapp.com/subgroups/xflow.php

Also you can edit. remove, or/and delete different view ports. This will allow your JS/CSS to be more dynamic.

XScript => Project Galax Javascript Framework | Doesnt interfer with jquery and can be used with jquery calls.
XFlow,XGrid,XFlex => Project Galax Flow, Grid, Flex CSS Framework. (XFlow JS required but that will also require XScript).

Name of this is ofc Project Galax (AKA PX). Why? You might be asking asking yourself or me sliently... well it's my custom framework for my future social media website I am working on >.<

If you do decide to check it out let me know of your opinion on it currently. OFC it's only in the basic staging and working a lot on it. Also if you have any questions feel free to message me or post in here.

Thanks for your time and reading.
- DW

07-29-2018, 03:04 AM
I changed a lot of the javascript in my code and a decent amount of other things. Also I changed the grid layout for now to flex thus allowing more support for older browsers. Ofc, I am not finished with this and will always be working on it.
The home page is completely cleared because I was developing an autosuggestion. It is kinda a learning suggestion thing but I haven't implemented everything to it. You can see it in action here:

It currently works best with single words (again not perfect). You can test it out and let me know what you think. Also, it is currently using my person XHR call which i havent fixed the output display so if more than 10 works output then just press on of the arrow keys.
The prediction might be slow at first but once it figures out the prediction it should be a lot faster, not just for you but for anyone that will attempt to use the word.

Anyways, let me know what you think.

- DW