What is Responsive Framework? In short: Responsive websites respond to their environment. It needs to be Sleek, intuitive, and powerful mobile first front-end framework for faster and easier web development. Not all of the frameworks are jam-packed with features, some just like to give you a solid layout foundation.
Below are my favorite responsive framework.
1. Twitter Bootstrap
Cardinal is a small “mobile first” CSS framework, with useful default styles, fluid typography, and a responsive grid system. Designers and developers who want to build well-organized, responsive web applications without losing their minds, should use Cardinal.
This framework omits aesthetic design decisions that can weigh down larger, more complicated CSS frameworks. It’s style-agnostic. The design and creativity is up to you.
Frameworks make decisions for you about how to organize, structure and design a site. Pattern libraries don’t separate styling and markup, making them tough to use in a truly modular fashion. We weren’t satisfied, so we made a thing that doesn’t do that.
Typeplate is a “typographic starter kit”. We don’t make aesthetic design choices, but define proper markup with extensible styling for common typographic patterns. A stripped-down Sass or CSS library of your choosing primarily concerned with the appropriate technical implementation of design patterns—not how they look.
5. Cascade Framework
Cascade framework is not just another Bootstrap clone. Where Twitter Bootstrap puts its focus on delivering shiny user elements that can be dropped into any project and takes control of your project’s overall look-and-feel, Cascade Framework is intended to do the opposite. By splitting your CSS into separate files based on features rather than selectors as well as by implementing a modifier design pattern inspired by SMACCS and OOCSS, Cascade Framework puts you in control!
Also different from Twitter Bootstrap or other CSS Frameworks out there, Cascade Framework can be used for modern browsers and older browsers alike. All features of Cascade Framework support Internet Explorer from IE6 upwards or degrade gracefully. With Cascade Framework you no longer have to choose between supporting only modern browsers or downgrading your design.