by Nathan Smith at HTML5 Texas in Austin, TX (Deck)
Have you ever found yourself needing to build static front-end templates, either as part of a larger project or as a way to communicate the nuances of responsive design to a client? I think we can all agree that just doing flat HTML leaves us wanting for more templating power.
But, using a dynamic language (PHP, Ruby, etc) typically means that it’s tougher to hand off to a client, who may (not) have a local development environment. That’s where Serve helps bridge the gap. It lets you play with the “”V”” of Rails MVC, but also export flat HTML for easy distribution.
Responsive Web Design
Designers can’t just throw stuff over the wall to the developers anymore
The deck says it all. Great stuff!
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