CSS frameworks are gaining a lot of popularity these days and to be honest, it’s hard to imagine a website without using them. As all development tools, CSS frameworks are in constant state of evolution and improvement and thus we highly recommend to keep an eye on the modern trends. To make it easier for you, we’ve come up with top-5 most popular CSS frameworks of 2017 that you may want to deploy (if you are not using them already).
This framework is one of the GitHub stars and is considered the best responsive CSS framework. Designed for front-end development specifically, it helps to build web design concepts, mobile first projects, grid systems, typography, buttons and so on.
Bootstrap doesn’t have any extras but there are third-party plugins available and in addition to regular HTML elements Bootstrap also has other common UI elements. Its core principles are RWD and mobile first.
Bootstrap 3 version supports a variety of browsers (their latest versions) and since Bootstrap 2 the framework supports responsive web design. Bootstrap 4 version is currently in development.