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Too many independent web developers today, a new CMS tool is akin to the local pizza place that just recently opened, where they all claim to be the best out there, but there’s little knowledge to tilt towards either judgment. A website design company in India will employ the framework as per the elements desired within a website. Fortunately, that is where this content is based on, to briefly introduce the 10 best CSS frameworks for developers in 2019.

      • Bootstrap 4.0: As much as you would want to kick off with a surprise entry, Bootstrap is really the most obvious first choice here. The framework is open source and the most popular framework and is based on Flexbox. You can employ HTM, CSS, and JavaScript for developing highly robust websites, without compromising the complex features and/or tools you want to include. After the 4.0 version release, a large number of themes and plugins have also been added to aid the building of any complex web application.
      • Skeleton: Major front end problems are tackled here in an instant. The name gives an indication as to its lightweight approach as the framework includes minimal source coding. Especially suited for beginning developers, Skeleton should definitely be the first choice if small and concise projects are involved.
      • Foundation: A direct competitor to the big guy, Bootstrap (not equally popular though), its creators at Zurb claim the framework to be the most responsive one out there, and it’s hard to argue with that. Like Bootstrap, this framework also supports Sass preprocessor and therefore creates swift and attractive web animations. The language, however, can be complex here so the framework is certainly more suited for an experienced developer who can use it to create extremely responsive and smooth websites.
      • Bulma: SImilar to the major CSS toolkits, Bulma is based on Flexbox and is open source in nature. This framework is built with Sass, can be used to create very robust websites without including a.JS components (merely a ‘.cs’ file is enough). Developers who employ modern PHP frameworks (the likes of Laravel) especially prefer Bulma and it despite not being that popular, is steadily gaining traction and is a genuine alternative to Bootstrap for anyone looking for something fresher.
      • Materialize: Materialize is also a strictly CSS based framework and doesn’t require ‘.JS’ files. Ever since Google specified the addition of loads of features to it (Sass mixins, IZ column grids, to name a few), Materialize assists with the development of impressive applications, websites, and software. Your website is also highly responsive with all devices you may use.
      • Milligram: In case the whole [premise isn’t clear by the name, the framework here in its entirety is about 2 kb in size! Of Course not suited for complex, large sized websites, you can though employ Milligram for speedy and efficient projects.
    • Semantic UI: A similar approach to Bootstrap for designing is employed here, with the addition of an HTML friendly coding approach. The language here is easily readable, and a host of themes and customization tools help you with the designing aspect. However, the framework is a bit tedious to completely master and needs relatively experienced personnel.
    • Material UI: Similar in functioning to Materialize CSS (and as a result to Bootstrap), Material UI further introduces a number of impressive design features extensive file documentation. Your website built would end up quite responsive; however, Material UI is a JavaScript framework, so.JS file inclusion here makes the whole content more difficult for beginners to grasp.
    • YAML: Yet Another Multicolumn Layout is anything but yet another generic framework on the market. All front end developers still prefer it for creating the most flexible and brisk-paced websites. An elastic Grid design layout is helpful in building a stable page design. Yet another toolkit built using SASS, YAML has been prominent for years and today developers still highly prefer it for HTML5 and CSS3 development.
    • Blueprint: Blueprint offers simple yet responsive customization tools that cut off the need to create extensive manual developing. With modern CSS3 working, the websites developed with Blueprint have minimal loading time and your work is more likely to land in front of newer visitors every day. Not only the websites are highly responsive, but a vast array of inbuilt tools and plugins create an attractive layout for your viewer.

    Conclusion: All the aforementioned frameworks hold their own in 2019, and are unique in their own ways. Still, Bootstrap is the VIP for a reason, and should definitely be considered for an all-in-one development experience.

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