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

    Speedy and Stylish - How to style NextJS with Bootstrap 5,... about 9 days ago:

    I want to style it with Bootstrap 5 because I need more help setting up a consistent theme than Tailwind would give me.
  2. Bulma is an open source CSS framework based on Flexbox and built with Sass. It's 100% responsive, fully modular, and available for free.

    Shiny Apps with Docker Compose, Part 1: Development about 2 days ago:

    In this post, you will learn how to use Docker Compose to simplify the management of deploying and updating multiple Shiny apps and a proxy server. We will also spend some time making the home page prettier using the Bulma CSS and the Vue JavaScript library.
  3. A utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom user interfaces.

    Personal preferences on using CSS libraries or writing your own about 1 day ago:

    Okay, so basically I am just out looking at what other developers do to get some of my own inspiration on how to proceed with my project. As of now, I am using some CSS libraries like normalize.css and flexboxgrid just to get some sense of structure on my design. I have looked at tailwindcss as an alternative too instead of writing most of the CSS myself. I know there are both up/downsides to both. But looking for...
  4. A UI Component library implemented using a set of specifications designed around natural language

    Vue.js + Google Maps API: Getting User Location about about 1 month ago

    As you can see, there is an input field with a button on the right, along with a few elements building a grid-based layout using semantic ui css framework.
  5. React primitive UI components built with Styled System

  6. Lightweight, responsive and modern CSS framework for faster and extensible development.

    An Overview of My Sinatra Project for Flatiron about about 2 months ago

    In order to pass the Sinatra project lab, all functionality listed in the requirements must be present - but this still leaves a lot of room for improvement. Specifically when it comes to application design. CRUD Pokedex is styled using a very basic CSS framework called Spectre.css, but it needs to be polished to achieve a more cohesive, professional look.
  7. A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.

    PureCSS and Svelte about 3 months ago

    Hi everyone. How can I set up PureCSS with Svelte? I tried using the CDN as mentioned in their website but I guess that's not the way to go here.
  8. A Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development

    Looking for an HTML Skeleton to use with Tailwind CSS about about 2 months ago

    See if you can do anything with this: http://getskeleton.com/.
  9. A modular CSS toolkit that makes it easy to build interfaces that are readable, responsive, and fast loading.

    A developer-first layout engine for web about about 2 months ago

    A few days ago, I released one of my front-end open source projects named: Fower. Many users have asked me what is the difference between Fower and Tailwindcss. My answer is that Fower has the same philosophy in utilty-first. In fact, CSS framework with the utilty-first concept has existed for a long time, such as: ACSS, Tachyons.
  10. The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world

    Using Bootstrap in ReactJS: reactstrap or react-bootstrap? about 18 days ago:

    It's hard to find developers who have been working with client-side development in the last years, and who haven't at least once used frameworks like Bootstrap, Foundation or Material Design in your frontend projects, to be more productive and save time by reusing pre-made components with ease of customization.