Greetings to all. What framework is best to use? As I understand bootstrap heavy and yuzayut just the grid.
Looking towards Bulma, Foundation, PureCSS. Both of them better and better? And even whether to use frameworks or it is better to use some already-known grid? What kind of mesh do you use?
I do not understand why in 2020 the use of CSS frameworks, when, without much fuss you can create your own mini-framework, which will contain the most necessary and frequently used in the project. Create clear and supported structure, documentation, break all the major elements on the components and all. For example: Buttons, grid, menus, accordions, tabs, cards and more.
At first glance it seems that it is difficult, but if you have a good experience and a lot of skills that can be easily and single-handedly created something cool and comfortable. And most importantly - its always easy to change, maintain, modify, but don't get too carried away by the creation tools, meaningful only to themselves. Creating something, you need to always think about those who one day will take the project after you will have to modify it at a later time and support. Creating something and giving birth to a new creation - to live not one day, and to plan and advance planning several moves ahead.
nella answered on April 7th 20 at 15:38
Bootstrap, Tailwind, bulma, skeleton, Foundation, semantic ui - All by. You either make the design unique time after time and then you fit just Sass or Scss(or PostCSS), or are you doing a specific pattern and then also has a sense of Sass to own the components that you're going to copy-paste and insert into projects(for css has @import and copy-paste the html there :) )