In the beginning of 2019 we have already shared with you the list of TOP-6 CSS frameworks to be popular this year. But this fall it is time, to sum up, whether our predictions came true and evaluate the best CSS frameworks in 2019.
So, let’s check this year’s results:
It is often de facto framework, especially for Web Developers and the most popular in the world. Now it has advanced features for layouts, utility components and is very flexible.
It checks off most of the features: responsive, mobile-first, accessibility, etc. It also has some new responsive features that make its design very easy.
With its help, you can do difficult flexbox-based layouts with UIkit using just HTML. UIkit includes many components with attractive styles.
- Semantic UI
Words, classes are named as closely as possible to how a person would speak. This makes writing HTML intuitive, especially for newer developers.
A Utility-First CSS Framework for Rapid UI Development.
- Picnic CSS
It includes a flexbox grid, badges, buttons, cards, and pure CSS components.
It reminds of the 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System graphics and has a retro gaming look.
This library has dozens of pre-built animations that shake, fade, slide, zoom and many more.
It offers minimal styling and only 2kb in gzipped format. It has all possible grids, tables, forms, tips, buttons and other tools.
It has about 400 lines of code, but also a grid, typography, forms, media queries and everything you need to create a quality website.
It is a very simple framework that is built on the principle of light and minimal code.
- Dead Simple Grid
It is a tiny and flexible CSS grid framework that supports infinite data flow and genuine responsive design.
- Materialize CSS
One of the easier responsive CSS frameworks to learn with many components and effects.
Which one is your favorite and why?
Don’t miss the opportunity to read about the State of CSS 2019 and which CSS features developers use the most as well as which tools are gaining more adoption.