Using lightweight CSS frameworks to create responsive websites and web applications can significantly reduce delivery time. CSS frameworks have been around for a long time and are now widely used by front-end developers. These frameworks include code snippets that just need to be incorporated into the source code to create the entire layout. Since we target multiple screen sizes and resolutions, it is critical to perform a responsiveness test of websites and web apps to check how the CSS framework’s implementation performs over different browsers and operating systems.
Keeping these points in mind, below is a list of a few of the responsive and lightweight CSS frameworks which can be used to build top-notch user interfaces and enhance overall user experience.
Let’s begin with the lightweight CSS frameworks!
1. Bulma CSS
Bulma is a free, open-source framework based on Flexbox that comes up with…