Learn how, and why, to use the CSS @font-face rule with Topcoat icons in your mobile applications
Intel has updated the Intel XDK, an HTML5 development IDE. This new version has a WYSIWYG UI building tool that supports TopCoat and responsive design.
Topcoat 0.8.0 is out! This build focused on improving customization and theming workflows, specifically on optimizing colors in the theme.
There are too many good components to wait until 0.8.0
Topcoat needed HTML demos, so we built a tool for generating documentation and demos from Topcoat's CSS comments; behold, Topdoc.
Topcoat 0.7.0 is out and it has some features we've been looking forward to. The main goal was parity with the Topcoat Desktop Kit, but we also slipped in some new components, improved workflows for hacking on Topcoat, and added Autoprefixer.
We have been getting a lot of people asking how they can help add components to Topcoat. What follows is an overview of our proposed workflow as well as some more in depth explanations into some of lesser known parts of the Topcoat architecture.
Topcoat 0.6.0 is hot off the wire and we are super happy with a few of the new additions. Here is a recap of what went into this release and some of the reasoning behind it.
Topcoat is built with performance in mind and for that we are striving to benchmark everything. If you visit bench.topcoat.io you will see the components from our latest release and their benchmark over time.
Today we are open-sourcing our Jenkins CI configs on Github. With Jenkins CI environment, every commit that goes into Topcoat components triggers the chain of building, unit testing and performance benchmark testing. So if something goes wrong, we know it right away.
Topcoat is a brand new open source CSS library designed to help developers build web apps with an emphasis on speed. It evolved from the Adobe design language developed for Brackets, Edge Reflow, and feedback from the PhoneGap app developer community.