While working on a method of creating all kinds of utility classes by myself, I was doing research to all kinds of frameworks who do this.
My top 3 css frameworks
Recently I also discovered:
But while I was figuring out the technique behind Bootstrap I stumbled upon the power of the way it generates the utilities.
It has this list of utilities which contains the information of the class, the property, desired values and even the option to say it needs to be responsive. In this way it’s similar to the “plugins” of Tailwind.
In both cases you have the power to generate the utilities in a very efficient way. You can easily extend or limit the number of utilities. Even controlling the naming convention is a peace of cake by changing the parameters.
Marco van Zomeren is a designer on a audio visual journey. Currently working full time at a company with several subsidiaries in the financial sector. Besides his day job he spends most of his spare time on producing electronic music. More...