Leveraging Bootstrap, Foundation and Polymer
Nowadays, your customers demand rich, responsive and highly-customizable multi-platform web applications. If you are to give them to them, there are a few leading frameworks that will help you get the job done quickly, seamlessly and cost-effectively. Used by the likes of Twitter, Hootsuite, Spotify and AdRoll, Bootstrap is a widely used HTML, CSS and JS framework for developing mobile-responsive solutions for the web. It’s an easy and highly customizable front-end library with most components ready to work straight out of the box.
Alternatively, Foundation is a popular, customizable and accessible front-end CSS framework compatible with any device or medium. Widely used by the developers’ community to create mobile-first projects for the web, Foundation is also powering a host of top-end websites including Facebook, eBay and Yahoo. Finally, Polymer is a professional-grade, extensible front-end framework. It’s used to build high-end, lightweight and responsive web components that work great on varying screen resolutions. Packed with a load of features and versatile component libraries, it also helps developers build smart components without compromise.