3 free CSS frameworks for Frontend guys
When it comes to choosing a CSS framework for your next Frontend project, one is bombarded with many choices of CSS frameworks. This often causes a lot of confusion.
So which one should you use for your next project ?
Well in this post I will consider 3best CSS frameworks available on the Internet
1. ) Bootstrap
I am currently using Bootstrap in majority of my projects. It is the most powerful framework available and now with the new version 5 in development it makes it the best choice available.
Moreover it has prebuilt themes (paid) and bootstrap studio for drag n drop website building.
2. ) Bulma
Bulma is a free CSS framework based on Flexbox and built using SASS.
I have used Bulma in some projects and it has worked quite nice but one things which itches me is that it has a wide change of colors which makes the website somewhat tacky than minimalist. Also it has rounded edges in almost all of the components. So if you’re going for a theme that incorporates sharp edges Bulma may not be the best choice.
3. ) Uikit
Uikit is a lightweight CSS framework that excels in fast web interfaces.
I used Uikit in 2 of my projects. I found it less powerful than above 2 but has most components among the 3.
It does not use sharp edges so one should use it in a theme that incorporates sharp edge design.