CSS Frameworks Or CSS Grid: What Should I Use For My Project?
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- February 16, 2019 at 2:23 pm #53725
There are far more reasons to use a framework than simply the grid system that it contains.
Why Choose A CSS Framework?
– A Framework Gives Your Team Ready Made Documentation
– Easy Access To Help
– Quicker to deliver your project
– Help With Responsive Design
Why Not Use A Framework?
– Difficulty Of Overriding Framework Code
– All Websites End Up Looking The Same
– Inheriting The CSS Problems
– Performance Issues
– Increased Technical Debt
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