🧙 Lucian Marin Every time I see a site made with Bootstrap I run the other away! Using Bootstrap means a few things: it looks bad, it works bad, the programmers are lazy, they don't care about their customers, the product isn't trustworthy.
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John Olinda It's too bad you can't contribute and make it better, it seems like they could use someone of your caliber to improve it. With as popular as it is, you could potentially impact thousands of sites in a positive way.
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🧙 Lucian Marin I can't contribute because we have different philosophies. Bootstrap uses recurring CSS patterns to build a foundation for any project. Where I think that the project idea and design should be the foundation. The CSS patterns should then be used to build the idea. Every idea is different and has its own beauty. Metro design on Windows Phone has failed because very few companies wanted to adapt their products to it. Windows 10 comes with no design language just to bring more creativity into the platform.
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Mark Dain I use Bootstrap at work to harmonise 4 years of each developer for himself on the frontend. It's improved the design and UX considerably. Sorry for using the best framework for frontend design? I don't think it's lazy at all
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🧙 Lucian Marin Oh... sorry for not using the best framework for front-end design on Sublevel. 11 times smaller (13.4 Kb vs. 142 Kb) CSS file is a bad thing. Let's make the switch to Bootstrap! :)
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Adam Douglas Material design is fast becoming a similar indicator of laziness.
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🧙 Lucian Marin Ultimate laziness and visual horror: Material design as a Bootstrap theme.
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Eric Material Design is hideous, really dislike having to use sites / apps with it.
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Eric Which framework would you use instead?
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🧙 Lucian Marin I use my own toolset for Sass. Should I build another framework? There are good places like basscss.com to learn the basics.
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