Is vanilla CSS enough?

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  • Tailwind CSS

    A utility-first CSS framework for rapid UI development.

    Tailwind CSS will give you full control over your design because they are just utility classes. Tailwind framework is like bootstrap with predefined style out of the box. We use tailwind for working in custom designs so currently I suggest you try out Tailwind CSS.

  • pollen

    The CSS variables build system (by heybokeh)

    Tailwind is a great option to look into, I really enjoy it, but if you want something a bit more in-between, you can check out frameworks like There you get a framework of consistent CSS variables you can use, while still writing all your vanilla CSS yourself with full control of everything.

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    Appwrite - The open-source backend cloud platform. The open-source backend cloud platform for developing Web, Mobile, and Flutter applications. You can set up your backend faster with real-time APIs for authentication, databases, file storage, cloud functions, and much more!

  • flexboxfroggy

    A game for learning CSS flexbox 🐸

    I struggled a lot to understand it, until my former tech lead sent me this:

  • include-media

    📐 Simple, elegant and maintainable media queries in Sass

    Using an SCSS pre-processor gives you access to powerful math and nice tools, like for example.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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