Mark Otto writing for A List Apart:

A year-and-a-half ago, a small group of Twitter employees set out to improve our team’s internal analytical and administrative tools. After some early meetings around this one product, we set out with a higher ambition to create a toolkit for anyone to use within Twitter, and beyond. Thus, we set out to build a system that would help folks like us build new projects on top of it, and Bootstrap was conceived.

Fuel UX


Fuel UX provides all of the styles and plugins from the revolutionary Twitter Bootstrap project, with the following additions:

Fuel UX JavaScript controls (with unit tests) see them live

Checkbox - consistent cross-browser cross-platform look and feel for checkbox elements

Combobox - combines input and dropdown for easy and flexible data selection

Datagrid - renders data in a table with paging, sorting, and searching

Pillbox - manages selected items with color-coded text labels

Radio - consistent cross-browser cross-platform look and feel for radio elements

Search - combines input and button for integrated search interaction

Select - extends button dropdown with the ability to set and retrieve the selected item

Spinner - provides convenient numeric input with increment and decrement buttons

Tree - renders data in a tree, supporting caching and optional multi-selection

Wizard - displays a multi-step process to be completed in a specific order




(github)

Fuel UX

Fuel UX provides all of the styles and plugins from the revolutionary Twitter Bootstrap project, with the following additions:

  • Fuel UX JavaScript controls (with unit tests) see them live
    • Checkbox - consistent cross-browser cross-platform look and feel for checkbox elements
    • Combobox - combines input and dropdown for easy and flexible data selection
    • Datagrid - renders data in a table with paging, sorting, and searching
    • Pillbox - manages selected items with color-coded text labels
    • Radio - consistent cross-browser cross-platform look and feel for radio elements
    • Search - combines input and button for integrated search interaction
    • Select - extends button dropdown with the ability to set and retrieve the selected item
    • Spinner - provides convenient numeric input with increment and decrement buttons
    • Tree - renders data in a tree, supporting caching and optional multi-selection
    • Wizard - displays a multi-step process to be completed in a specific order

(github)