Giveaway: 3 Jumpeye Framework Licenses for responsive websites

Are you a web site or web application designer or developer? and
Struggling to build browser, device and resolution compatible web site or web application?
Finding it difficult to impress your users with stylish web design elements that work responsively?
And trying to build optimized front-end framework by using HTML5 and CSS3?

Then you’ve definitely come to the right place!

Jumpeye Framework - CSS3, HTML5 - Front-end Framework
Jumpeye Framework – CSS3, HTML5 – Front-end Framework

Here I have a good news for web site or web application designer and developers out there, who put lot of effort and spend so much of their valuable time to build the framework by considering industry W3C standards, Browser compatible, Android and iOS compatible and finally resolution compatible by considering optimized responsive web site or web application.

I am sure you may be aware of lot of free responsive front-end frameworks available like Twitter Bootstrap, Zurb Foundation, Skeleton etc.

But today, I will let you know about the new front-end framework which is different from the above three. Let me introduce Jumpeye Framework – The most stylish and grid framework for professional responsive web design and is a rock-solid foundation for responsive and mobile-friendly web design. Creating responsive designs is the best new thing in web design trends, these days every site from personal to business to news to eCommerce websites are planning to have their own dynamic framework which works in almost all resolutions, browsers and devices.

Jumpeye framework is a responsive design framework with fluid grid system, a set of JavaScript and CSS files that help you build websites that look perfect on desktop, tablets and smartphones. By using the included CSS grid, UI elements and components you will be able to build stylish responsive websites much easier and much faster than you imagine.

** Go through this detailed introductory post to see how you can win one of the 3 commercial licenses for Jumpeye framework.

What is included in Jumpeye framework?
The framework contains three main parts: Fluid grid, Responsive stylish UI elements and Responsive JavaScript components.

1. Fluid grid system:

The core of the framework is the CSS grid system. Before you start designing your website, you can easily create a grid structure by using the online grid editor on the page of the product, either it could be a 12 column or 16 column or have your own number of columns by using the following Grid Editor.

2. Responsive and stylish UI elements:

Jumpeye framework comes with a huge set of stylish common UI elements which we generally use in every website or application like buttons, drop down menus, panels, tabs, tool-tips, alerts, forms, tables and typography. Each type of UI element has several ready-made skins from almost 4 to 15 styles which are ready to use and they are highly customizable, so it will be easy to select the most appropriate design for your site.

View these awesome responsive UI elements in action on the Examples page.

3. Responsive JavaScript components:

These components are one of my favorites and is something which is not available in other frameworks. There are two jQuery based responsive components which are included in this framework: a photo gallery and an image & content slider. By using these components you can easily create image and content sliders, photo galleries, slideshows or portfolios inside your responsive website built with the framework’s grid.

The photo gallery component provides many features: it can play slideshows, the images can be organized into folders, the content of the folders can be displayed in thumbnail list, the gallery can be shared on the two most popular social networks (Facebook and Twitter), it has an adaptive design to work properly on any device and many others.

Jumpeye Framework - UI Elements, Fluid Grids, Photo and Content Gallery
Jumpeye Framework – UI Elements, Fluid Grids, Photo and Content Gallery

The slider component supports image and HTML content in order to create website headers, tours and presentations, image sliders, banner rotators or any other type of slider.

View some stunning responsive slideshow and slider demos on the Gallery and Slider demo pages.

I am sure you would like to have one copy of this wonderful and professional Responsive Jumpeye Framework after going through these features:

  • Flexible or fluid grid structure with Online grid editor to create your own custom grids
  • Build Responsive websites or web applications
  • Stylish UI elements: buttons, panels, tabs, menus, alerts tool-tips, forms and more
  • Huge set of ready-made CSS classes or styles or themes for each type of element like Buttons, Alerts, Tool-tips, Tabs, Panels
  • Fully responsive photo gallery component with folder support for portfolios
  • Fully responsive image and content slider component
  • Finally not to neglect readability with better Typography
  • Built with HTML5 and CSS3

Jumpeye framework is compatible in major web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer 8+. Use the fluid grid system in your website which will have a mobile-friendly layout on any mobile device, such as iOS and Android-enabled smartphones and tablets.

Now, I am sure you would like to know how one can win this excellent Jumpeye Framework.

The Giveaway:

WittySparks in collaboration with Jumpeye Components is giving away 3 Jumpeye framework commercial licenses worth $99 each, which you can use on 100 domains. With a commercial license, the winners can use it on any type of commercial projects. The license includes: free future upgrades, issues will be addressed and free 24/7 support service for our customers.

You can take it for a spin right now by downloading the free version of Jumpeye framework, which is fully functional but watermarked.

How to Win?

1. Re-tweet this article (don’t forget to mention – @wittysparks #jumpeye – in your tweet)


2. Leave a comment by writing about your profession and write what features of this framework excited you and if you have any suggestions also would be an added advantage and will have more chances to win one of the 3 licenses.

Note: Contest ends on 30th November 2012 and winners will be announced on 1st December 2012

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Looking forward for your participation – Good Luck :)

Contest Closed
And the Winners are:

1. Jangelo
2. Francois
3. Carl Peterson

Congratulations Jangelo, Francois and Carl Peterson.

  • jangelo

    UI director. Excited about the responsive js components and grid editor to speed things up. Suggestion would be having grid guidelines for Google TV Chrome browser although that’s probably overkill since it’s not so difficult to adjust to (when you figure out @media tv doesn’t work on TV Chrome).

  • ecuageek
  • Francois

    https://twitter.com/wittysparks/status/270009170999250945

    I’m a web programmer and the design/ui is not my force. This will help me a lot for to create mobile ready websites will all the components needed. The only component that seems missing is the Window one.

  • http://twitter.com/carlpeterson Carl Peterson

    The Jumpeye framework looks really useful. I like all the different elements that are included: tabs, buttons, etc. It can really help speed up the development process. I might be cool if the panels could also be scrollable.

  • http://twitter.com/carlpeterson Carl Peterson

    That should be “It might be…” :)

  • http://twitter.com/ABuhanovskis Andris Buhanovskis

    I’m a programmer and this framework will be useful for mobile and not mobile web systems.

  • deepika

    Could you plz help me how to use this??

  • http://www.wittysparks.com/ Sravan Kumar

    Congratulations Jangelo, Francois and Carl Peterson for winning this wonderful framework!