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Bootstrap Alternatives 2019: Advanced CSS Frameworks for Developers

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

    Nonsense about bootstraps for one about about 9 hours ago

    I dunno. Bootstrap is still a thing, somehow.
  2. 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.
  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. 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.
  5. A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces

    Beginner needs help: Looking for an easy-to-use/learn... about about 16 hours ago

    ProcessWireProcessWire is a fantastic CMS/CMF (content management framework) and I think it is a good fit for your skills. Works with any front end CSS although my personal preference is UIkitUIkit.
  6. A UI Component library implemented using a set of specifications designed around natural language

    Software Design Document - Lite about 8 days ago

    Honestly you should build a webpage and use a UI library if you want markdown with some extra pop. Check out semantic ui.
  7. 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 about 1 month 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...
  8. Responsive HTML5, CSS and JavaScript Framework

  9. 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).
  10. Cardinal is a modular, “mobile-first” CSS framework for front-end web developers. It’s built with performance and scalability in mind.

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