I love Twitter Bootstrap, and the goodies I use with it.
Twitter Bootstrap could possibly be one of my favorite open source projects out on the web.
Why do I love Twitter Bootstrap? Bootstrap allows me to rapidly prototype a good looking UX with minimal coding. It supports all major browsers back to IE7. It helps me structure my front-end code appropriately. And most of all, it helps me stay on the cutting edge with minimal effort.
What goodies do I use?’
Initializr. Initializr automatically creates a template for your website using HTML5 Boilerplate, Twitter Bootstrap, and includes nifty things such as Modernizr, Chrome Frame, IE Classes, async jQuery, and 404 pages. Check out Initializr.
Modernizr. Modernizr automatically detects the features of your user’s browser and uses best practices and progressive enhancement to make sure all of your HTML5 and CSS3 markup looks great in every browser. Check out Modernizr.
Font-Awesome. Font-Awesome is a webfont of resizeable icons. There is an icon for just about any occasion or action your user could ever want. Check out Font-Awesome.
Google Web Fonts. Occasionally I will include these on a per project basis. Google Web Fonts allow you to use fancy fonts cross browser and operating systems by just dropping in one line of CSS into your project. Check out Google Web Fonts.
Adding RequireJS to the goodie list.