Elijah Asaolu
Jul 6, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Comparing Bootstrap vs. Tailwind CSS vs. Material UI (MUI)

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4 Replies to "Comparing Bootstrap vs. Tailwind CSS vs. Material UI (MUI)"

  1. Great article.

    I’ve used Bootstrap for years but at most times I don’t use the default styles, which means the built-in classes, like “btn”, “table”, are usually re-styled, so I decided to try Tailwind to create different custom classes (or custom components in frameworks like Vue) for different projects.

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