5 Most Favorite CSS Frameworks

5 Most Favorite CSS Frameworks
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  • February 23, 2015
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In the present era the most crucial work for front-end development is to keep design compatible with all browsers along with all screen sizes and this requires hundreds of lines of code to maintain, but world is being revolutionized day-by-day and field of web designing is also being transformed. Now there are many ready-made frameworks developed out there to keep focused on design elements rather than worrying about cross-browser compatibility and responsiveness. CSS frameworks make your work really simpler and are becoming very popular because of their features and ease to use. They are now becoming foundation of every web project.

I’ve gathered a list of five most favorite and heavily used frameworks. They all provide you very great UI kits, column grids, animations and typography which could very beneficial if you want to finish project really fast without compromising the quality. If you have never used one I would recommend you to download any of it and play a little bit with it. You gonna love it. Here is the list:

Bootstrap

Bootstrap

  • Current Version: 3.3.2
  • License: MIT
  • Website: http://getbootstrap.com/
  • GitHub:  https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap
  • Browser Support: Chrome (Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android), Safari (Mac and iOS only), Firefox (Mac, Windows), Opera (Mac and Windows), IE8+

 

Foundation

Foundation

  • Current Version: 5
  • License: MIT
  • Website: http://foundation.zurb.com/
  • GitHub: https://github.com/zurb/foundation
  • Browser Support: Desktop: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, IE9+. Mobile: iOS (iPhone), iOS (iPad), Android 2, 4 (Phone), Android 2, 4 (Tablet), Windows Phone 7+, Surface

 

Semantic

Semantic_UI

  • Current Version: 1.9.1
  • License: MIT
  • Website: http://semantic-ui.com/
  • GitHub: https://github.com/Semantic-Org/Semantic-UI
  • Browser Support: Last 2 Versions FireFox and Chrome, IE 10+, Safari 6, IE 9+ (Browser prefix only), Android 4, Blackberry 10

 

Gumby

gumby

  • Current Version: 2.6
  • License: MIT
  • Website: http://gumbyframework.com/
  • GitHub: https://github.com/GumbyFramework/Gumby
  • Browser Support: Latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer 8 – 10

 

Skelton

Skelton

  • Current Version: 2.0.4
  • License: MIT
  • Website: http://getskeleton.com/
  • GitHub: https://github.com/dhg/Skeleton
  • Browser Support: Latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari, IE9+

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Ali Sadiq

Ali is a full time web designer plus web developer. Eager to learn various new and useful web design trends. He is an enthusiast seeker who loves to explore frameworks, tools, plugins and hence love to learn and practice new developments in the entire field.

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