Front-End Frameworks are increasingly common in web development in the last few years. They provide basic components for building a web presence in a standard way that can improve both the quality of experience of people’s interactions and the speed of development. These are some projects that I’ve found useful.
Foundation is probably the first front-end framework that supported building websites that were responsive to the device used to access them. I used it in a project a few years ago and was very pleased with my experience. Foundation 5 is planned for release imminently and continues to push the edge forward. They offer, among other improvements, the ability to selectively include content based on media queries.
Bootstrap is another great project that has really exploded in popularity. Built by Twitter, this framework is ubiquitous across the web recently. Bootstrap 3 offers an improved grid system and some semantic improvements. I’ve built a number of projects using this framework and highly recommend it.
Semantic UI is another framework that has been gaining traction recently. Semantic is structured around natural language conventions to make development more intuitive. The code samples feel really intuitive and elegant. This framework looks really promising and I’m excited to try it out in a project soon.