Bulma

A modern CSS framework based on Flexbox

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#2 Product of the DayFebruary 07, 2016
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  • AlexeyFull of ideas, it overflows
    Pros: 

    Full css, many components, in active development and very well documented and easy to ease

    Cons: 

    I can't see any at the moment, I can't see anything but love for this product

    I'd be glad to show you my work with it when finished ;)

    Alexey has used this product for one month.

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Mohamed Said@themsaid · Web Developer at Laravel
It's 2016, I don't believe developers should care about IE anymore as much as they shouldn't care about someone accessing their website using Nokia 7650, just detect if its IE, show a message to the user, and ask him to do himself a favour and switch to Chrome or Firefox
Jonathan Widawski@widawskij · Founder @mazedesignhq, ex @getPingg
Saw it on reddit a few days ago. It's an interesting take on CSS framework because it tackles a lot of the current layout trend. There's only one thing that refrains me from installing it right now : The absolute absence of responsive features (is-visible is-hidden, layout push and pull for grid items...). Without those, it's barely a "responsive" framework in my opinion. Great project nonetheless, I hope to use it someday when it's a bit more mature!
wesvasher@wesvasher · UI/UX Designer, Stratos Card
Now we just need a Sketch file.
Noah Kim@wuss · Blakbits.com in progress ▓▓▓▓▓▓░░ 85%
@wesvasher for what? It's a framework, not a visual style. You don't design for the framework's UI, you modify the framework to fit your UI.
Ernest Oppetit@ernopp · PM @ Improbable
Vivek Sancheti@evivz · Co-Founder CryptoGround.Com
Do all browser support Flexbox? UC browser? I wish to use Bulma but I doubt my audience which is maximum from mobile browsers like UC will it work on it?
David EhrentreuHunter@dovidmehrentreu · Marketing, design, entrepreneur.
@evivz it is not yet supported by IE as well as others but you can use CSS Next. It's like autoprefixer but with so much more.
Thanasis@tnsrig · UI/UX @EU_Commission
@jgthms I thinks this is quite awesome! Nice job!