7 Best CSS Frameworks


By , October 22nd, 2013 , Tags: , , , , 0 Comments

CSS frameworks save a lot of time when developing web projects. We have taken 7 Best CSS Frameworks, of whom you should have heard before. CSS frameworks are useful companion when it comes to creating new sites. Some frameworks contain only the most important elements to enable the design of websites, others offer everything you need to create a complex design without fault of their own can. Even if the presented Bibilotheken and CSS frameworks are not using, then you should at least have one already heard of them.

Bootstrap

bootstrap framework

Bootstrap is probably known to every web workers. Nevertheless, or perhaps because it can not be missing in this collection. Bootstrap is one of the Best CSS frameworks and is used worldwide by Webworkern to build websites quickly and easily with the help of predefined CSS classes and JavaScript modules can. Originally dating from the Twitter home Framework recently received a massive update and is now available in version 3 for download.

Foundation

foundation css frameworks

Foundation is a framework of Zurb and claims to be the most advanced front-Responsive Framework of the world. The focus of Foundation is to develop a user-friendly design for all devices Fronted Great: smartphones, tablets, monitors, televisions and other HI-DPI displays are to bring with Foundation optimum output. Foundation also holds pretty much provides everything you could need for the creation of websites, and thus comes into direct competition with bootstrap.

Compass & SASS

compass css framework

Compass is a CSS framework that is based on SASS. Sass is similar to LESS, a CSS extension that enables server-side modularization of CSS stylesheets. Thus Style sheets can be kept relatively compact and easy and manage even for large projects. The SASS file (. SCSS) is then translated when called by the user in a generic CSS and can be processed by the browser. Compass provides a variety of mixins, reset styles, clear fixes and CSS hacks and enables the automatic creation of CSS sprites. Unlike other frameworks, Compass invites any unnecessary weight to existing designs, as in the stylesheet, only the components of the framework land that are actually needed.

Profound Grid

profound grid

If you planning a grid-based layout for your next project, you should definitely take a look at Profound Grid throw. The grid system makes it possible to use CSS to its own grid for responsive design. It is suitable for both flexible and rigid grid and liquid.

Topcoat

topcoat framework

Topcoat  is a new open source CSS library to web workers support the process of building web apps with high performance and low load times.

The framework from Adobe builds on the design of Adobe’s brackets, Edge reflow and feedback from developers from the Phone Gap community. It includes – like Twitter’s Bootstrap – various UI components for the design of websites and web apps. In addition to buttons, lists, menus and drop-downs in bright and dark colors, which was launched by Adobe Font Family package includes the Adobe Source Sans Pro and a collection of SVG icons.

Topcoat has been developed with the highest performance demands and trimmed for maximum speed and therefore interesting as the basis for almost every project.

Skeleton

skeleton css

Skeleton is a small collection of CSS files that will help you quickly and easily develop good-looking websites for each terminal. Skeleton brings a responsive grid based on the 960 Grid System and quickly brings the first results on the screen. The makers do not see the Skeleton UI framework, but as a basis for the rapid development of projects on the later’s own design can be based.

Pure

pure responsive webdesign

Many frameworks provide more or less easily usable components for designing responsive websites. The Pure CSS framework, Provides a set of modules responsive with minimal output. So the design can be developed without having to make first defined by the framework properties undone. Pure is particularly distinguished by its file size: bringing the library with all the components (compressed) only 4kb on the scale.








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