Bootstrap 5 is finally stable. After three alphas and three betas Bootstrap creators are still fans of Daft Punk, but more importantly: they are steadily progressing towards making Bootstrap more lightweight, responsive, versatile, and easy for developers to use.
You’ve probably worked with a demanding client whose ideas exceeded the time allowed to devote to them. That’s why Shuffle is constantly improving the web builder editor and adding new UI libraries – so that developers can quickly build a site that satisfies every client.
Today, we’re excited to put the new Zospace UI library in your hands. A professional and sophisticated look in a dark shade that has many interesting details, a well-chosen color scheme, and at the same time, is user-friendly.
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Finally, we’ve added support for Bootstrap 5. It is the newest version of this most popular CSS framework. You can choose it as a base framework when creating a new project.
Do you want to finish your project in Visual Studio Code? Now we have an easy solution! You can find our “Shuffle Components” extension in the official Visual Studio Code Marketplace (click here). Alternatively, you can install it directly from the VSC. You can activate the extension in two ways: Use shortcut: Shift + Ctrl […]
All our editors support several useful keyboard shortcuts. Here’s a list of them all: Key Action C Open/Close Components library. S Open Change Styles menu. A Open Visual Content settings (when hovering on a component). H Open Custom HTML settings (when hovering on a component). ↑ ↓ Move a component UP or DOWN (when hovering on a component). ← → Change […]