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Discussion on: Inviting frontend devs to FluidCSS!

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Dennis Frijlink • Edited

I recommend using PurgeCSS. It's compatible with almost every framework/library and works perfect.

Maybe it's an idea to make a minimal library for pure layout tools instead of components. Think of useful sass mix-ins, responsive flex columns, defined breakpoints and so on.

For example: It is a small css file based on the columns of bulma. Perfect for making a responsive website. With PurgeCSS I delete the classes I don't use.

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Nikhil M Warrier Author

Nope. The other way round. Focusing more on components.