@RobStuttaford@jgthms We use Bulma and Garden with front-end injected styles so we get full language features. Of course, we are building pretty small apps with modest CSS needs, but Tailwind has never called to me. Before Bulma we used Bootstrap, but purity.
Bulma is a modern CSS framework based on flexbox. It provides responsive design and mobile-first UI components and has the modular structure for you to import only the kinds of stuff that you want to include in your web design.
Been heads down cranking on the book, "Learning Blazor". Humbling experience, and I'm immensely grateful for this opportunity! Worked my ass off to get here, and I've made so many good friends along the way. Thank you @BenFelda for personalized help, and @jgthms for #Bulma 🤓 pic.twitter.com/x7PHjcS2r3
I can now say that @jgthms bulma is a really good CSS framework. I find it to be less hassle than Tailwind and have just the right amount of utility classes to get stuff done. I still like Tailwind but Bulma is definitely an option for me now. bulma.io
(2/3) talented people, from all around the world! We're all really lucky to live in this time, a quick scan of the last ten centuries will tell you that - and it speaks volumes. I've been spending a lot of time on the #bulmacss (@jgthms) and @fontawesome docs 💯
added a close button to the edit field. next up, adding a checkbox for todo completed. also I am giving @jgthms, bulma a try. I like it so far. the descriptors of each class are named well. I like that. #100DaysOfCode
Just bought the official #bulma book as a way to learn from the creator and give back a little. Really love the framework ❤️ Can't remember the last time something worked so awesomely out of the box. Thanks @@jgthms❤️
Desde hace años he usado el framework #Bootstrap para desarrollar proyectos simples por falta de tiempo. Y desde hace meses me animé a explorar otros frameworks más ligeros. Hoy empiezo a 'trastear' #Bulma 👩💻
Almost forgot! For a CSS framework, I'm using @jgthms Bulma.
I know Tailwind is very popular right now, but Bulma introduced utility classes for margins and paddings in version 0.7.1 -- Those were the utility classes that was looking for, so now all my CSS needs are covered 🙂
Tô precisando fazer um projetinho aqui e já tava desejando me matar por ter que usar bootstrap. Tava até considerando usar Vue mas é extremamente desnecessário pra algo que não tem tanto foco na interface. Aí eu conheci #bulmaio. Tks @jgthms ❤️
#100DaysOfCode [ 7 ] Thank you @jgthms for CSS framework Bulma! It's straightforward. I can focus on priorities without getting bogged down with ux/ui. I was going to implement authentication in #flask but I accidentally dozed off before finishing. =\ So tire. SLEEP!!! #python
@jgthms I'd like to personally thank you for the frankly amazing work you have created at Bulma! It's saved me countless hours and is something I know I can rely on when it comes to cross-platform compatibility!
Stuff done so far today on my registration system:
- Decided to use devise instead of myMLH because admin roles were gonna be questionable. - Created gorgeous custom login and signup views with Bulma CSS by @jgthms - Learned Stimulus JS and used it for a navbar toggle pic.twitter.com/Gxu0ZymfFH
Along testing the new @Ghost membership features and turning my blog into subscriber-exclusive one, I experimented with my homepage design. New post cards, new footer and a new header. I like where this is going. @jgthms
Together with @BreznikMark I will host a three-part workshop on building blogs on @Ghost using Bulma (@jgthms ) - which I think is by far the best way to do so. It will be based on the fact that we learn best by making.
We've finished decision process on frontend and backend stacks of our new - Real Estate CRM. Backend: Directus Headless CMS (@directus) + PHP + MySQL, Frontend: Bulma Css (@jgthms) + Vue (@vuejs) + Bulkit (@cssninjaStudio). Big thanks to all mentioned for wonderful work you did!
@marteensart@jgthms@Ghost I love Bulma. I’m no designer but have enjoyed building my site with it. The syntax and everything is a pleasure to work with. I use Jekyll + Github + Netlify. Pushing my commits with the GH desktop app and letting Netlify do its magic.
The Bulma (@jgthms) and @Ghost for building a blog is so remarkable. Bulma takes care of the design and Ghost of writing. And both can be/are minimalistic - exactly what you need for simple blogging without design restrictions. #Bulma#blog
Thankfully I stumbled across Bulma (bulma.io). It is incredibly easy to use because of its clean and concise syntax. The documentation is phenomenal. Beginners should definitely give it a try. Great job @jgthms! #bulmaio#css
Okay so with @jgthms’s Bulma, I was able to make each one of my pages on my website’s templates in one single day with no prior knowledge on how to use it, the docs are super easy to understand and it’s a great library. #css
bulma.io has got to be the best CSS framework out there. @tailwindcss is great and all but Bulma CSS really keeps it simple, no JS required. You don't need to be a Front-End wizard to figure it out. Great job @jgthms
I'm going to be spending a lot of time working on front end projects soon (several big projects underway!), and it couldn't be a more fortunate time to run across bulma.io. Amazing work, thanks for making CSS not such a nightmare @jgthms
I've been working on some @reactjs layouts components along with some #CSS extensions to #bulmaio from @jgthms - Featuring side panels, collapsible/flexible boxes and popout window that stay in sync through react portals! I can create desktop like web apps now 👍 pic.twitter.com/G7OqZD7XSn
After trying a few different web UI frameworks, I'm going with @jgthms's bulma.io for all new projects. I love that nearly everything is only a CSS class. buefy.github.io uses Vue components to clean up a few rough edges. #lovingWebDevAgain
Just dropped for my next project PureCSS – which I love – to try #Bulma by @jgthms 🤝 I'm already 100% in 💚 with it. So many classes. Super cool #UI elements. A complete documentation. #Opensource I mean, if you didn't try Bulma #css yet, check it out 👉 bulma.io
Man! & then I find Bulma.io css Framework. As a new front end programmer I have built some stuff with css from scratch and yes, ordinary html & css is fine of course, but hey, let's be honest... Once you go Bulma you don't go back! #bulmaio via @jgthms
OK, I was diggin' it before, but now it's official. #bulma#cssframework has now permanently replaced "the other guy." Both are great of course, but for me, Bulma offers a better customization experience. #Winning. New site launched. Thanks @jgthms for the great work!
#Bulma is simple yet awesome. It is light, feature packed and very easy to use. I really love how well the column system works. Beautifully done. Thumbs up to @jgthms for the great work!! #bulmaio#css#webdevelopment
May be moving from Bootstrap to Bulma ( by @jgthms ) for personal projects. From a developer perspective, it seems to be just as good as Bootstrap, but with more intuitive class names bulma.iopic.twitter.com/0SZe799SEn
So "The official Bulma book" is out now by @jgthms.🙌 You will learn how to build interfaces with Bulma. I'm a huge Bulma fan and if you're looking for an alternative to @getbootstrap then this is for you. I used Bulma for cronhub.io.
I've been following Bulma for a while now and it's time to use it for real in a customized dashboard and I have to say: it is neat, sexy and lightweight (compared to Bootstrap). Thx @jgthms ! 😍 bulma.io#bulmaio
Just wanted to give a shoutout to @jgthms for creating the nicest, most thoughtful CSS-only framework bulma.io#bulmaio. In this age of bloated frameworks, it has everything I need and nothing that I don't.