G'kar wrote: Russell LeChard wrote: G'kar wrote:
It's coming soon Russell
Thanks for that definitely, maybe, kind of, non committal answer :-)..... I take it you are a Babylon 5 fan :-)
I apologize for the semi-regular posting seeking on the status of RLMP from me. Although late to the game. I now think the responsive grid framework method of web design is very intriguing. I hope to add Coffeecup new product into my arsenal of software to help me transition from a hardware/software technician to a would be Web designer.
Yeah I'm B5 fan in fact Sci Fi fan in most things.
Intriguing is an interesting choice of words
I have never seen RLM in action but hopefully it's got some promise, as the work around now for all sorts of devices is a lot of graft. I personally not sure whether designing for tablets is all that necessary they do a good enough job and in some cases websites as normal look better there than anywhere. However smart phones with the popularity is a genuine target market.
Yes I agree, RLMP is not the holy grail of responsive web design. It will be a good tool in my black bag of IT tricks. I understand the HTML/CSS code well enough, But I have Cerebral Palsy which among other things, makes typing long strings of code very tedious for me. Any software packages that I can leverage to cut down on my typing is a good thing. Creating a basic template(grid framework) that I can edit with an HTML Editor to customize for a specific project is a time saver. I have used Artisteer to do the framework for years, but sadly development and support for more modern responsive designs are at a glacier pace and I fear that it will die a painful death. SO, I was hoping that RLMP would be a suitable successor to that tool.
Also, I too have a big SCI-FI fan too.. Long live Space:1999 and the classic Battlestar Galactica(circa 1978) :-)