I'm here to introduce a CSS open source project called Beercss https://www.beercss.com. So, here are some points IMO:
- "ZERO documentation" this sounds weird at first time. It's like an UI Kit.
- Has about 100 css classes to combine.
- It's lightweight, has about 10kb of size.
- It's standalone and has zero dependencies. This is nice because you can work with any stack (Vue, React, Svelte and others).
- You can do a lot of combinations and scale your elements. Some frameworks has a scale issues, and you need to face it, with your own way.
- The trigger system is very simple. To activate/deactivate an element you can add/remove class
activeor add the code
ui(selector). To open a modal
ui(selector). To close a modal
ui(selector). It's the same function and the framework just knows what to do.
- It's themeable with CSS vars.
- It's focused on a CSS tier.
Thanks for your time guys and I hope you enjoy it! 🍺💛