Bulma is an open source CSS framework for front-end developers based on Flexbox technology. It allows you to use pre-built library components without having to create all the code from scratch, and it's lightweight and small, so it's eagerly used for building modern application and website interfaces. It also allows you to create clear business logic for the entire project, which is also user-friendly because it has a whole range of UI elements. Also, it doesn't have its own Java Script scripts, so it creates many new possibilities and gives a wide scope for developers from all over the world.

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Bulma - a lightweight CSS framework for responsive web applications

Bulma is a framework that - along with the most popular Bootstrap - makes it easy to work with responsive layouts for websites and web applications. It is easy to use and contains many ready-made modules, among others: headers and titles, forms in various configurations and resolutions, images with predefined sizes, tables, footers or icons with Font Awesome. It also allows you to generate a background gradient and animate it. Bulma allows you to quickly control responsive websites designed for devices of different resolutions and freely direct the alignment or flow order of columns, graphics and text. Its files are easy to use and much smaller than those of other frameworks of this type. This software has extensive documentation and brings together a sizable community, and it is constantly being developed, making new, interesting and practical modules available every now and then. It also allows the use of SASS technology, so it does not duplicate the code and uses only those parts of it that are necessary and relevant to the project significantly reducing its weight. Bulma allows the creation of highly harmonized user interface modules and uses an autoprefixer, making most of its features compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera or Edge browsers.

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