Once I was done playing with pure CSS and hitting my head every time I had to center div element or resize that
img, I heard the words of (not then) magic. CSS FRAMEWORK.
You must be wondering, everyone uses Bootstrap, why would I be trying without it?
Okay to be very very honest, I was scared of the most known framework, Bootstrap. That is one of the sole reasons I kept on brewing my tea of web on pure CSS fire. But ever so much of a fun game it was, one can not simply dwell on it forever.
So I began my hunt for a framework for ME. Bootstrap though was the king of the domain, I had already sidelined it. One of major reasons. The monotony. Most sites were built in Bootstrap, and hence looked basically same.
Few Google searches and after trying different snippets from like of w3.css and bit of bootstrap(okay, yeah) and a little of Foundation, Pure- I came across the FINAL DESTINATION to my mess- Bulma.
Bulma was a love at first sight. I scanned their entire official site and religiously went through the documentation, made my cheatsheet and few great pages.
I followed a tutorial on Skrimba that is by the way mentioned on Bulma's official page and okay Skrimba is so cool! Literally. The site is so pretty and well innovative methods too! Plus Plus! I just had to stay.
I'd be posting few front end development posts with project videos and source codes, covering everything Bulma has and I will share the cheatsheet at the end if you need, so you don't have to struggle through the entire documentation, like I did.
If nothing you can follow the videos and fork the code and get few great projects on your profile!
Don't forget to do your own thing.