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Amarachi Amaechi
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Feb 3, 2022 ⋅ 3 min read

Bulma vs. Tailwind CSS: Which is the better Bootstrap alternative?

Amarachi Amaechi I am a frontend developer with a passion for designing clean and intuitive applications for the web and an eye for design with a user-driven approach to development. I am also passionate about web accessibility and building communities. In my spare time, I contribute to open source projects.

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2 Replies to "Bulma vs. Tailwind CSS: Which is the better Bootstrap alternative?"

  1. I’m starting in this world (Front-end) and i find that the hardest part about CSS Frameworks is……..learning or memorize all that classes names. ¿What would you recommend me?

  2. You don’t have to memorize all the classes, the most important thing is that you know how to use them. You can always check google for reference and everything will stick eventually

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