Last month, I announced that Dash was now getting BalfPick. This was the first time I had integrated one of the other components of my Web Neutral Project into Dash. It was an important moment for me because of two reasons. Firstly, it meant that Dash would finally be getting the dropdown boxes it needed. And secondly, it was the first step to integrating my personal projects into Dash.
The next step was, I guess, to bite the bullet and make this a thing. Well from today, I'm very excited to announce that Dash has had it's first major makeover since becoming Dash last year and is now built with the Girder Framework. No longer is it tied down to a CSS stylesheet that relied on duplication of styles but it now focuses on a much simple Girder-based grid system.
This means that certain pages look far more consistent with each other, certain styles are better developed and in general it will be easier to develop Dash. This is similar to how it helped me with my personal website when I switched it to Girder. Although Girder is not prominent across my website, there are parts where it is hugely important, and that's what it's all about.
Best of all though, and as a side-effect of Girder coming to Dash, is the new Dashboard: