LearnPears: An open source collection of common markup & style

writes on February 6, 2012

Lo and behold, Mr. Dan Cederholm has done it again! This time the folks over at SimpleBits unveiled their latest project, Pears, an open source WordPress theme that enables you to get your own pattern library up and running quickly.

This is super helpful to collect, test and experiment with your collection of semantic HTML & CSS patterns. For beginners it can be a great way to begin to understand the relationship between markup and style. No matter which audience you fall into, it is a handy tool for improving speed and productivity.

Also make sure to take notice of the Pears website itself, which is beautifully designed and responsive.

Thanks Dan, for making our lives more enjoyable with Dribbble and easier with Pears. 🙂

6 Responses to “Pears: An open source collection of common markup & style”

  1. Wishlist item…  this theme as a plugin on the backend to show end users how to use all the features of themes.  

    How awesome would that be?

  2. Great blog and really usefull information, thanks for it!

  3. Web Design India on February 7, 2012 at 10:45 am said:

    Very Thankful to you for sharing such a nice post with us. Its really very helpful for we people, Keep Sharing.

  4. Thanks for sharing. Very helpful.

  5. Dale Cruse on February 6, 2012 at 11:22 pm said:

    “the folks over at SimpleBits unveiled their latest project,”

    There’s more than one “folk” at SimpleBits?

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