Although it never really passed beyond work-in-progress because of a lack of time, I based multiple websites on it (including this one). It was the backbone for Zukini
Where did it work well
- Quick assembly of simple websites.
- Your design system specifies colors, font sizes, and spacing amounts, and you want to quickly start building something.
- You want to use consistent amounts of spacing between elements, that can change on different breakpoints.
- You want to have a couple of predefined font sizes, that can scale on different breakpoints
I created Nebula to be very modular, so the user could disable certain modules if they didn’t want to have them in your output. I also offered 4 different ways of including the project in a codebase:
- Command Line Interface: For when the user didn’t have a Sass pipeline or other build process for your stylesheets yet.
Basic CSS: A pre-compiled version
Since the project has been abandoned, I’ve archived the Github Repository, but you can still take a look at it.