Best CSS Frameworks for Front-End Developers in 2021

CSS Frameworks for front-end developers

In this article I'm going to listing the best (In my opinion) CSS frameworks for a front-end web developers. If you look at the list you can see that there is no Bootstrap. That's correct, I never liked it.

Remember that if you want to become a front-end web developer you should learn css and scss first before you are going to use css frameworks. Frameworks are just tools.


1. Tailwind CSS

Unlike Boostrap Tailwind doesn’t come with predefined components. Instead, it operates on a lower level and offers you a set of CSS helper classes so that why you can easily implement your own unique style faster.

2. Foundation

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. Foundation is semantic, readable, flexible, and completely customizable.

Foundation is created and maintained by ZURB, a company behind many open source Javascript and CSS projects.

3. Bulma

Bulma is a free, open source framework that provides ready-to-use frontend components that you can easily combine to build responsive web interfaces.

Bulma is a great alternative to Bootstrap. It comes with a clean and modern design and one of my favorite things in Bulma, it was one of the first flexbox-based frameworks.

4. Materialize CSS

This framework is developed by Google and used throughout their projects. Materialize CSS is an open source CSS framework that makes it easy to implement the material design look in your awesome projects.

Materialize CSS suited for less experienced frontend developers.

5. Semantic UI

Semantic comes equipped with an intuitive inheritance system and high level theming variables that let you have complete design freedom. long with CSS elements, Semantic also includes debugging and lets you define elements, views, modules, collections, and UI elements behaviors. It is responsive and mobile-friendly.



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