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CSS

Bourbon Neat experts?

Hi All!

So I hear some pretty awesome thinks about the Bourbon Neat grid. Especcallyif you use it next to Bourbon and Refills. I'm pretty new in frontend design. I did some bootstrap stuff. But Bourbon Neat is the grid I would realy like to use.

This weekend I started to experiment with Neat and looked at there example, see: http://neat.bourbon.io/ But I have a hard time to find a nice way to implement it in my new one page project. It seems like everyone is using it in a different way. There is a small introduction on https://www.git-tower.com/learn/bourbon-neat-bitters/getting-ready/introduction. But they do it in a pretty different way then for instance Treehouse in there blog: http://blog.teamtreehouse.com/introduction-neat-semantic-sass-grid.

A Treehouse course would be awesome. But there is no course :( So now I'm looking at more tutorials or real live projects of other developers, just to see how they are using Neat and in what way. Can anyone help me out with a tutorial or a example project?

Would be awesome!

Cheers!

Daniel