This article was updated on May 17, 2017, to reflect the current status of the features present in the front-end #frameworks listed below.
Nowadays there is a deluge of CSS front-end frameworks. But the number of really good ones can be narrowed down to just a few.
In this article we’ll compare what I think are the five best frameworks available today. Each framework has its own strengths and weaknesses, and specific areas of application, allowing you to choose based on the needs of a specific project. For example, if your project is simple, there is no need to use a complex framework. Also, many of the options are modular, allowing you to use only the components you need, or even mix components from different frameworks.
The frameworks that I’m going to explore are presented based on their GitHub popularity, beginning with the most popular, which is, of course, Bootstrap.
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