Web design and development efforts at BusinessTYC is possible only because of countless open source projects. One of these projects is the ever-growing CSS frameworks. These frameworks make HTML5 development an easy and quick task. This year we have been following five CSS frameworks very closely and we hope it everything will continue smoothly in 2018.

Although there are some differences between these frameworks, almost all of these CSS frameworks use grid layout and use a standardise concepts of HTML5, CSS and JS. Therefore it is no brainer to pick one and use them.

Without further explanation, we will list our beloved frameworks here.

  1. Bootstrap

    Bootstrap is a development framework developed using HTML5, CSS, and Javascript keeping in mind about mobile phone approach first. This development framework provides many components such as tab, carousel, responsive navigation, accordion etc. On the other hand, HTML5 developers can design any complex layout with the help of 12 column grid layout.

  2. Materialize

    Materialize CSS is another good development framework which is based on Android operating system’s material design. It is good for those who like the material design. The development team behind this development framework is working hard to make it an awesome one. In addition, Materialize CSS development framework provides great features which other development frameworks do not provide like Slide Nav, Chip, Waves, AutoComplete etc.

  3. Bulma

    Bulma CSS development framework has been getting the buzz recently among the developer community. Bulma is still in the beta version and they are pushing for a release of version 1.0. Moreover, Bulma is a lightweight and simple to use CSS stylesheet. In addition, Bulma CSS grid is built in with Flexbox which allows performing fancy footwork design than a normal standard grid.

  4. Pure CSS

    Pure CSS development framework works really well with the new project which is still in the development phase. The biggest advantage of using Pure CSS is its simplicity and the total size of a CSS file. Moreover, Pure CSS framework has incredibly small file size when compared with other CSS development framework.

  5. Milligram

    Milligram provides a minimal setup of styles for a fast and clean starting point. Just it! Only 2kb gzipped!It’s not about a UI framework. Specially designed for better performance and higher productivity with fewer properties to reset resulting in cleaner code. Hope you enjoy!