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  1. Simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and JS for popular UI components and interactions

    When to start using css framework about 5 days ago

    Any CSS framework is going to have quirks or changes that you will want to make one of the biggest is color scheme. All CSS frameworks come with a default color scheme however to stand out and brand it, you will want to change those colors. This is typically done using SCSS or SASS syntax. The most basic and easiest CSS framework to learn in my opinion is Bootstrap originally created by developers from Twitter and...
  2. Responsive & lightweight CSS grid for your website.

    W3.css – A Minimal Alternative to Bootstrap about 5 months ago

    From my experience with Bootstrap I can tell you the only thing you really need is the grid part of it and there are so many lightweight "frameworks" that have just that and its only 250 lines of css in the example of simple grid: Everything else, buttons, modals, sliders, chords are super simple anyway you can just make them yourself or use a way more featurerich separate slider or modal...
  3. A Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development

    Ask HN: How to build online calculator website? about 2 months ago:

    Here's my personal goto: Find some minimal CSS framework. My preference is Skeleton [0] or Bootstrap [1]. The key is just finding something minimal that works without too much fuss. Personally, I rather have a minimal framework provide 'responsiveness' so I don't have to worry about it but I also want it to get out of the way of anything I do. Use JQuery [2]. Don't rely on CSS for animations or interactivity. In...
  4. Base is an application for creating, designing, editing and browsing SQLite 3 database files.

    An unscientific benchmark of SQLite vs. the file system (btrfs) about 12 months ago:

    At client site to debug issues and deal with things like bulk product name changes For more involved work that I do at my shop or on my laptop, DataGrip by Jet Brains is great. Before I got fed up with Apple, I used DataGrip’s benefit to me is mainly reworking a customer DB at the ER diagram level, then updating code to match.
  5. The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world

    8 CSS Frameworks to create wonderful websites. about about 1 month ago:

    Foundation The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Foundation is a family of responsive front-end frameworks that make it easy to design beautiful responsive websites, apps and emails that look amazing on any device.(From their official website).Foundation is used by big organizations such as; Disney, Samsung, Adobe, National Geographic, e.t.c.
  6. A CSS Framework and a Set of React Components that Implement Google's Material Design

    Getting started with NextUI and Next.js about 2 days ago:

    These UI components and elements usually include Button, Navbar, Tooltip, Tab components, and more. Many UI libraries exist, including React Bootstrap, built on the popular Bootstrap CSS library, and Material-UI, one of the most popular UI component libraries for React.
  7. A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces

    Web based game, need your feedback on the design about 20 days ago

    Ok, thanks. I am not an expert in UI/css so I am looking for a kit that has all my needed elements. So far I found this one with MIT license However it is still misses the popup that you see when the page loads. With you experience, is there any kit that has all elements that the website currently has?
  8. Responsive HTML5, CSS and JavaScript Framework

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  10. A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.

    Do you still use HTML5 Boilerplate when starting new... about 17 days ago

    Do you guys still use HTML5 Boilerplate when starting new projects? Https://
  11. HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App UI Framework - work with Angular, React, Vue, Meteor & pure JavaScript. Material & Flat design.

    12 Frameworks for Hybrid Mobile Apps about 5 months ago:

    Onsen UI has quickly grown in adoption since its release in 2013. It is an open-source framework under the Apache v2 license. Onsen UI is framework-agnostic UI components, you can choose and switch among the frameworks: AngularJS, Angular, React, and Vue.js or go pure JavaScript to build your hybrid apps.
  12. A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.

    Is a website built completely on HTML, CSS and JS enough? about 3 months ago

    Some examples: - - (I've used this one for over a decade and works great).
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  14. A modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design

    All About Hacktober Fest 2022 You Need To Know about 3 months ago

    This repository consists of files required to deploy a Web App or PWA created with Materialize Css.
  15. Low-level CSS toolkit

    Ask HN: What's is your go to toolset for simple front end... about 7 months ago:

    Ignore any recommendation of React, TypeScript, Vite, or Tailwind. Here are some recommendations that don't require NPM/Node. Pick a "classless" CSS library from a site like CSSBed[1]. These are kind of like Bootstrap, except you don't need to write any CSS or apply any CSS classes in your HTML for them to work. No tooling necessary; just include a tag in your HTML document. If you'd like to try something...
  16. HTML KickStart is a ultra–lean set of HTML5, CSS, and jQuery (javascript) files, layouts, and elements designed to give you a headstart and save you a lot of hours on your next web project.

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  18. Cardinal is a modular, “mobile-first” CSS framework for front-end web developers. It’s built with performance and scalability in mind.

  19. TopCoat, TopWeb, Rheologic, Software for coating, drying, converting, web handling, industries.

    JetBrains Ring UI about 4 months ago:

    Adobe has too. How many companies have multiple component libraries/frameworks? Seems like a lot of wasted time and resources.
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