In the world dominated by Bootstrap, surrounded by Semantic UI and Foundation, it’s hard for alternatives to break through.However the mentioned trio is well known, mature and exist on the market for quite long now, they’re all relatively heavy and they all require deep understanding of the core, while doing customisations (have you ever done custom dropdowns in Semantic??!).
The fresh breeze
There comes Bulma. Beautiful, lightweight and stylish CSS framework made by Jeremy Thomas. If you haven’t done it already – I encourage you to visit his website – the site just lives in the browser! It’s super-interactive, beautiful and it’s pure CSS!
The main advantage of using Bulma is that its box model is fully based on Flexbox. (Yes! no more CSS floats and percentages!)
Bulma claims it’s main features are:
I’ve created a very small side project during the last weekend using Next.js and Bulma. Here’s a small piece of the notes
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