The new yet growing Sass framework spaceBase is really a CSS library built on Sass.

It’s meant to offer quick way for developers to build their package contents for a brand new responsive website. Everything should be compiled through a Sass compiler with your choice of libraries or features made in advance.

Here’s a brief snippet from the main project page:

“Many CSS frameworks are meant to be included and left alone. But spaceBase is a boilerplate layer that can be built upon and tailored for your needs. It combines best practices for today’s responsive web with the core components we use on every project. Consider it the launch pad for your adventures into cyberspace.

spaceBase is the front-end starter files for any new web project. It sets up your Sass architecture and normalizes your CSS and native HTML elements. It provides the structural groundwork for your application.”

SpaceBase website illustrations

Unfortunately it seems there still isn’t any major documentation for this project. It’s still fairly new and in development for the time being.

However curious developers are more than encouraged to explore the source code on GitHub to see what can be done.

Many other CSS frameworks like spaceBase have Sass capabilities. But it seems that spaceBase is working towards a highly-responsive solution to create all the starter files you’ll need with the least amount of code.

Posted by Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a writer & digital designer/illustrator. He writes about all things web and creative. Check out his website for work samples and follow his latest updates on Twitter @jakerocheleau.

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