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re: What CSS framework would you recommend to pick-up in 2020? VIEW POST

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I absolutely love CodyFrame by @CodyHouse. It's a nice mix of BEM and utility classes, which I've paired with PurgeCSS on a few different projects to minimize the stylesheet size. I prefer it over Bootstrap because even though it's written in Sass, it uses Custom Properties (CSS variables), not Sass variables, to quickly and easily implement dark mode on a site-wide or per-component basis.

 

I will look into it, thanks for share :)

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