Top CSS resources you definitely need for your next project
When it comes to web design and development, the client has something else in his mind it is just like he will get good web design but the website will be slow loading and all. So here in this post, I am going to show you guys some CSS 3 resources that you can use to make your client's website.
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1. Semantic UI
This free and open-source framework is developed to provide developers with a shared resource. Except having the CSS library it also provides modularized components that can be customized according to the developerâ€™s choice before implementing in their project.
Link - Semantic UI
2. Mini CSS
Link - Mini CSS
Atomic Bulldog is an Scss(Sass) boilerplate base on atomic design methodology. It integrates Node KSS to automatically generate a live style guide/pattern library.
Link - Atomic BullDog Grid
You should use Skeleton if you're embarking on a smaller project or just don't feel like you need all the utility of larger frameworks. Skeleton only styles a handful of standard HTML elements and includes a grid, but that's often more than enough to get started.
Link - Skeleton
Read more - Unique and cool toolkit for developer
5. Picnic CSS
The native HTML elements get a boost so you don't need to write presentation classes mixed with your HTML. Picnic is completely modular so you can easily modify and test each part. (You can get the documentation on the website)
Link - Picnic CSS
Lightweight and minimal code. Spend less time overriding styles and focus more time on creating beautiful website applications.
Link - Base
Spectre.css is a lightweight, responsive and modern CSS framework for faster and extensible development. Spectre provides basic styles for typography and elements, flexbox based responsive layout system, pure CSS components and utilities with best practice coding and consistent design language.
Link - Spectre