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v8.0.2 is live!
5 projects | reddit.com/r/nuken | 23 Aug 2022
Added support for Picnic CSS
🚀20 Best CSS3 Library For Developers.
11 projects | dev.to | 26 Jul 2021
2090 projects | dev.to | 26 Feb 2021
franciscop/picnic - 👜 A beautiful CSS library to kickstart your projects
Open-source, not open-contribution
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 28 Jan 2021
I've disabled Issues in some of my more popular but end-user libraries and I couldn't be happier. Specially notorious was a CSS library where many of the issues were on the level of "hey can you give me the code for X" or "how do you do X" where X was a general CSS question and not related to the library at all. I've received a bit of hate when I closed some of my repos issues as a PR :
> If you spot a bug or any other issue you may go to hell because this software is officially Bug Free(TM).
> part of offering these to the public through open software is maintaining them and allowing feedback from users.
> It seems umbrella.js project suffers the same desease.
I've noticed there was a strong push around 2016-2018 to recommend newbie programmers NOT to go to Stackoverflow, but instead to ask the questions straight in the Github issues. Turns out, the problem was low quality questions and not the medium at all, and that just converted an issue that StackOverflow had solved long ago into burnout for open source developers on Github.
There's so many entitled developers out there that will come and demand changes. Github needs to step up their game and give authors more powerful tools. It might make new devs feel less welcome, but the balance is tipped way too much to allow anyone to create massive spam for projects right now.
What working with Tailwind CSS every day for 2 years looks like
11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Nov 2022
Yeah, I used Bootstrap for a long time, and got used to how it works.
I wanted to like Tailwind, but it seems a bit disingenuous. It's like using inline style tags, just with shorter names.
From time to time I've made an effort to learn how CSS works, but after a while I forget the details. It's more productive if I can browse a catalogue of visual examples, with concise markup that is easy to copy and paste.
Bulma seems like the more "modern" take on Bootstrap: https://bulma.io/
Има ли някой който се занимава с разработка на сайтове, и има желанието и нервите да ми помогне?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/bulgaria | 28 Nov 2022
Ask HN: How to build online calculator website?
16 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Nov 2022
For styling, depending on the look and feel you are shooting for, I would suggest either a classless CSS library like https://watercss.kognise.dev/ or (the one I sponsor) https://missing.style
Or, if you want something a bit fancier and are willing to put in some work, Bulma is easy to get going with:
If you want to sprinkle in some fancy-pants AJAX functionality without going full JS front-end retard, I recommend my own library, htmx:
Which stack I should pick to developer a Hugo theme?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/gohugo | 8 Nov 2022
I found https://bulma.io/ to be a useful CSS framework for me. There were plenty of examples to work with.
Hugo Blowfish Theme
6 projects | reddit.com/r/gohugo | 29 Oct 2022
Card view uses Masonry.JS, but the original author is rewriting the master using the more-actively-updated Bulma (I have mixed feelings). css-tricks.com also has a very interesting animated card view that may be of interest.
Kweb 1.0.0 released! The powerful but lightweight Kotlin web framework for backend devs
3 projects | reddit.com/r/Kotlin | 23 Oct 2022
I've also been using Bulma which works really nicely with Kweb even without a DSL because it's just vanilla CSS classes.
I've made a webapp to play Two Rooms and a Boom, and I'd love for you all to try it out!
3 projects | reddit.com/r/boardgames | 13 Oct 2022
For those interested in the nitty-gritty of the application itself, the frontend is developed using vue.js with bulma.io css framework for styling. The backend is running on a laptop in my basement and is served by sanic.dev both for static content and api/websockets.
70 Free Resources For Web Designers and Developers
15 projects | dev.to | 9 Oct 2022
I am looking for a light CSS "framework" that I can use with vanilla JS and html
4 projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 6 Oct 2022
https://bulma.io/ is lightweight
Made a complete UI Kit for bulma.io
2 projects | reddit.com/r/FigmaDesign | 26 Sep 2022
Lately I've been working a lote more with bulma.io, and finding it frustrating as a designer not having a complete library to work with. I started this one a while ago now, but finally put in the effort to finish it — hopefully it can help make life easier for some other folk here too!
What are some alternatives?
Tailwind CSS - A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.
material-ui - MUI Core: Ready-to-use foundational React components, free forever. It includes Material UI, which implements Google's Material Design.
Spectre.css - Spectre.css - A Lightweight, Responsive and Modern CSS Framework
UI kit - A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces
Materialize - Materialize, a CSS Framework based on Material Design
primevue - Next Generation Vue UI Component Library
Foundation - The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Quickly create prototypes and production code for sites that work on any kind of device.
tachyons - Functional css for humans
antd - An enterprise-class UI design language and React UI library
Milligram - A minimalist CSS framework.