Create templates to quickly answer FAQs or store snippets for re-use.
Ironically, I really like UiKit. It's got a ton of components, both CSS and JS, and looks really great. It's got enough stuff that you could build most websites and decently complex interactive web apps with it.
Oe, looks really clean. I'll give it a try!
Sir, why ironically? UiKit is simply outstanding, imo.
Ironic because the author was asking for a "ui kit", and I recommend "UiKit"
Oh. True, those german folks little lack imagination when it comes to naming haha.
Semantic UI. It has a lot of documented elements and combinations, with reasonably memorable adjective-based css classes. Example: make a ui button primary and disabled by changing (css classes) to ui primary disabled button. We use it not just for mockups, but in production. A similar one that is completely flexbox-based is Bulma.
ui primary disabled button
At ExamPro we heavily use Adobe XD.
We needed to create lots of AWS architectural diagrams so our UX Engineer created us our own UI Kit for AWS Architectural Diagrams
We haven't settled on a UI Kit for web components as of yet.
I use tailwind
We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.