A Boilerplate is a term given to a set of code that one can resuse with minor or no changes though what we will be talking about are boilerplates that will become a solid foundation for your web projects.
A boilerplate is a very essential part of development as it mostly comprise of the standard coding practices along with tons of tips & tricks which to be honest would take massive amount of time for one to learn. For example, the HTML boilerplate is easy to create, it actually requires one to go back in the past to HTML 1.0, no span, div or any CSS settings including position, float etc, but what you need is a table for the layout, inline CSS for basic styling and to make the eDM matters wors, all email clients have restrictions where they don’t behave in the same manner, it’s like you have to work with many more legacy browsers whereas you thought it’d be just one. But with the Email boilerplate, you can use the given CSS settings HTML structure and a few tips & tricks to get you going with the help of avoiding the inconsistencies.
Below are 15 Boilerplates That Will Help You Get Your Project Rolling. Enjoy!
HTML and Others
HTML Email Boilerplate
HTML5 Mobile Boilerplate
Zend Framework Boilerplate
CSS Media Queries Boilerplate
Boilerplate for Responsive Mobile
Stefan Gabos jQuery Plugin Boilerplate