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  1. A utility-first CSS framework for rapidly building custom user interfaces.

    Separation of concerns slows you down about about 3 hours ago

    Now, a similar process has been happening with CSS. Thanks to CSS-in-JS and, more recently, utility CSS solutions like Tailwind CSS, the process of styling also moved into JS code. Combined with JSX, your entire component can now be a single file, where all elements of a component intertwine.
  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.

    Show HN: I Built Sailboat UI – Modern UI Framework for... about 27 days ago

    150+ components but the doc lists less than 30, so I guess it's still a WIP? The ones present looks good, though I was looking for a responsive navbar one (since that's a component I reuse in 99% of my projects). I suck at CSS (I know the language, but I'm not a designer). It's like painting, I know how to take a brush and put paint on a canvas, but whatever I do is just ugly. This is why for frontend stuff, I...
  3. 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...