Semantic UI 2.0

In this course, you will learn the ins-and-outs of Semantic UI, a natural language alternative to Bootstrap. You will walkthrough all the Semantic UI components including real-world examples of how to implement them on a website.
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In this course, you will learn the ins-and-outs of Semantic UI, a natural language alternative to Bootstrap. You will walkthrough all the Semantic UI components including real-world examples of how to implement them on a website.
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Getting Started
12m 49s
Semantic API
18m 24s
Building a response UI can be tricky at times. Often times, after it's complete, the markup is difficult to read. Semantic UI is a framework that aims at beautiful, responsive layouts using human-friendly HTML. In this course, Semantic UI 2.0, you'll learn how to style your HTML using natural language concepts such as word order, or noun/modifier relationships. First, you'll learn why you would want to use Semantic UI, how it approaches styling and responsiveness. Next, you'll learn about the 6 Semantic "Collections" (Breadcrumbs, Forms, Grids, Menus, Messages, and Tables) and you'll integrate them into your demo application. Finally, you'll learn about the Semantic API, which allows developers to use their controls to interact with data on the server and not just data that is already stored client side. After finishing this course, you'll have the knowledge to use Semantic UI 2.0 in order to help you develop more consistent, readable, styling for your HTML.
Table of Contents
Getting Started
12m 49s
Semantic API
18m 24s
Description
Building a response UI can be tricky at times. Often times, after it's complete, the markup is difficult to read. Semantic UI is a framework that aims at beautiful, responsive layouts using human-friendly HTML. In this course, Semantic UI 2.0, you'll learn how to style your HTML using natural language concepts such as word order, or noun/modifier relationships. First, you'll learn why you would want to use Semantic UI, how it approaches styling and responsiveness. Next, you'll learn about the 6 Semantic "Collections" (Breadcrumbs, Forms, Grids, Menus, Messages, and Tables) and you'll integrate them into your demo application. Finally, you'll learn about the Semantic API, which allows developers to use their controls to interact with data on the server and not just data that is already stored client side. After finishing this course, you'll have the knowledge to use Semantic UI 2.0 in order to help you develop more consistent, readable, styling for your HTML.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(16)
Duration
4h 10m
Updated
17 Jun 2016
Course authors

Nate's first program was written in QBasic on an 8086 clone his dad built. Since then he's written applications in C++, .NET, and Node.js.

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