A modern CSS framework based on Flexbox
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February 07, 2016
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Learn a CSS Framework in 6 Minutes with Bulma - SitePoint
In this tutorial, we'll be getting started with Bulma, a modern CSS Framework built on Flexbox. For best results, follow along with the video at the end by OpenSource Craft. If you want to learn why you should care about Bulma, check out this video.
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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
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!
UI/UX Designer, Stratos Card
Now we just need a Sketch file.
Product Design @ FB
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.
PM @ Improbable
here you go ;)
Pretty interesting, I might try this out instead of bootstrap for my next project for fun
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?
Marketing, design, entrepreneur.
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.
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