Nathan Smith is announcing that Unsemantic with version number 1.0.3 is already available to download.
What is Unsemantic ?
Unsemantic is .
Developed to be 960 Grid System’s successor, Unsemantic uses a combination between CSS 3 media queries and Adapt.js to provide page layouts that resize and reshuffle to fit the device they’re being viewed on. The framework still uses the push- and pull- classes that made 960 Grid System a success, not breaking working habits for developers that don’t want to learn a new system for coding their HTML pages. Another difference is that Unsemantic was built from the ground up with Compass and SASS, and then compiled to CSS. Overall the framework is a much more reliable tool for today’s Web development market than 960 Grid System ever was, being ideal for creating websites and services that must work on all kind of devices from the same codebase.
This is changelog for Unsemantic version 1.0.3 :
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: unsemantic.com