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02 Jan 2016, 03:46 pm

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Top Frameworks That Would Rule 2016

Top Frameworks

A framework offers the backbone to an application, which can be easily customized by a developer. The features an application possess are to a great extent decided by the framework it is geared upon. This article will take you through the top frameworks that would supposedly rule 2016.

 

In this article let’s list out and compare the five top frameworks that are available today and are destined to rule the coming 2016. All frameworks listed down have their own potential and flaws, and potential part of application, letting the user select according to their needs of a particular project.

Also Read: Use Metro Templates And Frameworks To Create Your Website

The top frameworks listed are according to their GitHub popularity:

1. Bootstrap

Among the undisputed and top frameworks that are going to rule 2016, Bootstrap is expected to emerge like a leader. And because of its growing popularity and rapid growth, users can be fully sure that this clear and magnificent tool-kit will not fail you or stop you from crafting a successful website.

Notes on Bootstrap

Bootstrap’s key strength is its immense popularity. Theoretically, it might not essentially be superior to the other frameworks on the list; however it is known to provide hundreds of more useful resources. For instance tutorials and article, theme builders, third party extensions and plug-ins, and a lot more, than all the famous frameworks combined would offer. In a word, Bootstrap is all over the place.

2. Foundation by ZURB

The second biggest competitor among the top frameworks is Foundation. This is backed with one of the strongest companies of the world, ZURB. The framework stands on the top of every parameter. If you turn the pages of big giants, you will find the base framework of Foundation. Companies like National Geographic, Facebook, Yahoo!, Mozilla, eBay, and many more make the use of the Foundation framework.

Notes on Foundation

Top Frameworks For 2016

One of the complete professional frameworks on the list is Foundation offering business training, support, and consulting. It is also known to offer many useful resources to assist you in understanding and using the framework easier and faster.

3. Semantic UI

Semantic UI is nothing but an in-progress effort to make developing websites a lot more semantic. It makes use of widely accepted language principles, as a result building the code in a manner so that it is easily comprehensible and understandable.

Notes on Semantic UI

If you look at the list, you will find Semantic as one of the most ground breaking and full-featured framework than others on the list. Its build, naming principles, logic, class semantics – all follow a clear approach!

4. Pure by Yahoo!

Backed by one of the top companies of the world, Pure is a modular and a light-weight framework. This framework is purely written in CSS, and it consists of elements that can be tailored, used all at once or separately all based on your needs.

Notes on Pure

Pure provides no more than bare bones approach for a fresh start to your website. It is perfect and idyllic for those who are not looking for a jam-packed featured framework, but want only precise components to be incorporated in their website.

5. UIkit by YOOtheme

Backed by companies like YOOtheme, Ulkit is one of the top frameworks and consists of easy to use and easily customizable elements. It is known to offer top class functionality along with quality components, although it is not as famous as others on the list.

Notes on UIkit

UIkit is a productively used framework in a lot of WordPress themes. It provides a potent and flexible customization system, both manually as well as using its GUI customizer.

Now that you know about the top frameworks, which one do you plan to go with?

by

Nikita

02 Jan 2016, 03:46 pm

about the author

An electronics and communication engineer, Nikita has extensive flair towards writing and has written for a number of print and online publications. At TechCult, she provides a deeper insight to social media marketing, web design and development and social stuff! She is a self- defined geek and a staunch gadget lover!

About Nikita
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