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To document popular Web Technologies.
Introductory materials for those new to web development.
Conceptual and tutorial articles on topics such as how the web works, information architecture, typography, and web design.
Conceptual, tutorial, and reference materials for the main markup language of the web.
Conceptual, tutorial, and reference materials for Cascading style sheets (CSS).
Patterns, practices and business cases for making the web work for people with a diverse range of abilities.
Tutorial and reference materials for the Document Object Model (DOM) events and methods.
Tutorial and reference materials for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), an XML markup language for describing two-dimensional vector graphics.
List of document markup languages
Well-known document markup languages
HyperText Markup Language (HTML) – the original markup language that was defined as a part of implementing World Wide Web, an ad hoc defined language inspired by the meta format SGML and which inspired many other markup languages.
Keyhole Markup Language (KML/KMZ) - the XML-based markup language used for exchanging geographic information for use with Google Earth.
Markdown - simple plaintext markup popular as language of blog/cms posts and comments, multiple implementations.
Mathematical Markup Language (MathML)
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
TeX, LaTeX – a format for describing complex type and page layout often used for mathematics, technical, and academic publications.
Wiki markup – used in Wikipedia, MediaWiki and other Wiki installations.
Extensible 3D (X3D)
Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML): HTML reformulated in XML syntax.
XHTML Basic – a subset of XHTML for simple (typically mobile, handheld) devices. It is meant to replace WML, and C-HTML.
XHTML Mobile Profile (XHTML MP) – a standard designed for mobile phones and other resource-constrained devices.
Material Design Frameworks
The 15 Best Material Design Frameworks and Libraries
March 9th 2016 Resources Material design was developed by Google, with the basic idea to create a unified style for all of the company's web and mobile apps. It is based on many principles including things like proper animations, responsiveness, and smart usage of colors and shadows. You can read about the guidelines in full detail here.
Although Google's design language is seen mainly in native Android apps, it's still a great choice for web and hybrid applications. To aid users in the creation of web projects rocking the Material look, there are many frameworks and libraries offering ready-to-use components and styles. Here is our list of the top 15!
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