Some of the most popular today are Bootstrap and Foundation, which we’ll focus on in this article.
As responsive design frameworks became popular, a big debate emerged: Why would a professional designer use a responsive design framework?
Internet debates rage on. Many declare that responsive design frameworks are awful, that only people who don’t know HTML and CSS would ever use such a thing. Here were the standard arguments against frameworks:
- A designer could write their own grid system, and they probably should if they know any HTML and CSS.
- Websites based on frameworks load slowly.
- All websites based on frameworks look the same.
While detractors complain vociferously, responsive design frameworks continue to grow in popularity. I suggest that these frameworks have positive aspects, even for the most experienced front-end Web developer, and I’ll outline these below.
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