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How then do you choose which CSS framework is best for your project and which one to use?
This post might assist you in doing that since I'll attempt to describe the benefits and drawbacks of popular CSS frameworks.
Benefits of using Bootstrap
supports any browser; no specialized code is required.
widespread community backing
many pre-made navigational, card, button, badge, and other components.
Difficult to overcome
"All websites seem the same" is overused:-|
Include heavy, not light-weight.
A framework that is accessible and works with any device or medium. A series of front-end responsive frameworks called Foundation makes it simple to create stunning responsive websites, applications, and emails that look fantastic on any screen. Foundation is fully customisable, readable, adaptable, and semantic. We're always introducing fresh materials and code samples, like these helpful HTML starter templates!
simple to use
Full framework with practical tools.
Contains CLI (Command Line Interface).
kept up by volunteers.
Modular, adaptable, and extensible
Less populous locality.
Too many choices
Availability of talent.
3) Tailwind CSS
It has zero runtime and is quick, adaptable, and trustworthy.
Decreased package size.
Customizable and configurable
No context switching or naming.
Reuse of code.
Incline learning curve
Not intended for direct usage.
With the help of the free, open-source Bulma framework, you can quickly integrate ready-to-use frontend components to create adaptable web interfaces.
Classes that are quite readable
a level learning curve
Doesn’t support older browsers — IE :-(.
Not complete framework
5) Semantic UI
Semantic uses a different idea; it creates a common vocabulary for user interfaces. Because it makes code simpler to read and comprehend, semantic programming allows developers more flexibility. Semantic offers HTML elements, debugging, and CSS elements in addition to letting you specify the behaviors of elements, views, modules, collections, and UI components. It is adaptable and suitable for smartphones.
Extensive and efficiently arranged.
More stringent code standards than other CSS frameworks.
Able to be quickly combined with other libraries like as Angular, React, and others
incline learning curve
In the world of developers, there is no ideal framework. It's up to you which framework you use. But I believe I made an effort to aid in your decision-making.