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awsm.css

Simple CSS library for semantic HTML markup

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Niv Dror@nivo0o0 · Words @ProdcutHunt & @AngelList
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Igor Adamenko
Maker
@igoradamenko_ · UI-developer at FunBox
@nivo0o0 awsm.css has all that front-end developers love: PostCSS, Stylelint & kittens, yep ^_^
Gijo Varghese@gijo_varghese
Interesting one! Sometimes bootstrap feels very even for small projects. Lots of classes to remember. This one is awesome as the name says!! Good to see that its only 2KB. Will surely use it in my next project
Igor Adamenko
Maker
@igoradamenko_ · UI-developer at FunBox
@gijo_varghese, thanks! I will glad to listen feedback after that. Feel free to create issue if you will have any questions!
Abhilash Jain@findabhilash · Product Marketing / Growth
great resource @igoradamenko_
Igor Adamenko
Maker
@igoradamenko_ · UI-developer at FunBox
@findabhilash, thanks!
Gezim Hoxha@happygezim · CEO, HNdigest.com
I love it! No need to worry about classes or anything. Makes me wonder why browser default stylesheets don't do this type of thing (oh, I guess backward compatibility lol).
Ingo Radatz@llabball · independent / Berlin, Germany
What is the name the abbreviation for?
Igor Adamenko
Maker
@igoradamenko_ · UI-developer at FunBox
@llabball, do you mean `awsm`? It's short for `awesome`.
Braden Hamm@bradenhamm · Designer / Founder Gumwall.com
@llabball I don't think it's for "Amazon Web Services, Man".