Thursday, January 09, 2014

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know

Most of us have heard about awesome front-end frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation and well as many libraries that help the rapid prototyping and/or development of a web site or a web app.

Here I've listed few front-end frameworks and libraries that might help you with your next web project.

Titon

A collection of extensible front-end UI components for the responsive web. Each component represents encapsulated HTML, CSS and JavaScript functionality for common use cases.

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know - Titon

Min Framework

995 byte CSS framework. More importantly it supports ie5.5+

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know - Min Framework

Semantic UI

Semantic empowers designers and developers by creating a language for sharing UI.

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know - Semantic UI

Start Bootstrap

These free Bootstrap HTML templates are ready to use. Download what you like and get started!

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know - Start Bootstrap

Reuze.me

Reuze is a teeny-tiny front end framework that makes generating structure for blogs and article-heavy sites a breeze. It plays nice with other frameworks such as Foundation and Bootstrap but also works equally well on it's own.

5 Frontend Frameworks and Libraries You Should Know - Reuze.me