Today Google launched Web Starter Kit, a download that consists of all the templates and tooling developers need to create sites that function on any device and any display. Today’s Internet users don’t have just one device. They prefer as physical keyboard for their PCs but they want as touch screens on mobile. These days, no two screen sizes are alike. Users expect the same website to perform differently depending on the device by which it is accessed. Since these features don’t come built in to new websites, developers have to put them there, over and over again. This is referred to as “boilerplate,” chunks of essential code that needs to be manually inserted before any creative work can be done on…

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Google Launches Starter Kit For A More Consistent Web

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