This is the Windows app named LostGrid whose latest release can be downloaded as DarcyRelease-v8.3.1.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Lost Grid is a powerful grid system built in PostCSS that works with any preprocessor and even vanilla CSS. LostGrid makes use of calc() to create stunning grids based on fractions you define without having to pass a lot of options. LostGrid relies on calc() to create the grid. Thus, LostGrid is limited to browsers that support calc(). The great thing is that calc() is widely supported in all current browsers and the LostGrid usage of calc() is supported as far back as IE9+. If using LostGrid in flexbox mode browser support is limited to IE 10+. To create a basic horizontal grid, just insert some elements into any containing element like so and pass a fraction to the `lost-column` property. To unset (or remove) a column rule, possibly at a larger breakpoint, use `lost-column: none;`
- Calc browser support
- Flexbox browser support
- Automated browser testing with Selenium
- LostGrid is tested in Evergreen Browsers
- LostGrid makes use of calc() to create stunning grids based on fractions
- LostGrid relies on calc() to create the grid
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