3 Most Flexible And Comprehensive UI Frameworks For Building Websites

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This time, we are going to introduce 3 different frameworks for building website quickly. We found 3 awesome frameworks that will speed up the website building process by reusing all already styled and made web elements and components.

They all come with a solid grid layout and some with responsive grid layout for different screen resolutions. You don’t even have to worry about generic styling of HTML elements such as P, Blockquote, Table, Form etc, it’s all well-taken care of. Besides that, all of them come with resuable components as well such as Tab, Image, Nav menu, pagination, buttons, labels and whole of of stuff that will make your life easier. Did I forget to tell you about built in javascript plugins? Yes, they have it, especially twitter bootstrap, it has almost all the plugins you will need to build a website. 

Most importantly, they have a really good documentation for you to pick up its framework. 

  • Zurb Foundation

    An easy to use, powerful, and flexible framework for building prototypes and production code on any kind of device.It supports: Responsive layout, Grid, Generic HTML element styling, Buttons, Forms, Layout, UI, Image Gallery. Support Mobile Webkit, Android and all modern browsers except IE6.

  • Twitter Bootstrap

    Simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and Javascript for popular user interface components and interactions.It supports: Responsive layout, Grid, Generic HTML element styling, Buttons, Forms, Web Components, Comprehensive collection of Javascript plugins and LESS.

  • Elements

    Ultra–Lean HTML Building Blocks for Rapid Website Production. It supports: Grid, Generic HTML element styling, Buttons, Forms, Web Components, Javascript Plugins.

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