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Good frameworks should provide a better starting point on the essentials (security, accessibility, performance) or have built-in constraints that make it harder to ship something that violates those.
That doesn’t appear to be happening with performance (nor with accessibility, apparently).
What to expect in 2018?
"We have tried to answer the unanswerable: What framework should I use? […] A framework is nothing more than an embodiment of some patterns, integration of some technologies, and source code to help make our web applications easier to build and maintain."
"What should I choose?"
"WebBundle and old UI are going away, completely new shop and admin interfaces, v1.0.0-alpha around the corner; some non-essential features removed, focus on stabilization and docs, v1.0.0-beta by the end of November, which is based on the current velocity and Scrum development process."
"Why React Native might become the first multi-platform framework that actually works.", Marian Skvarek
"I think Facebook has a strong motivation, resources and domain expertise to build the first framework that will actually enable us to build apps for all platforms at once."
"Last week, Bootstrap turned four-years-old, and its creators, Mark Otto and Jacob Thornton, released Bootstrap 4 alpha."
Au menu : du flexbox, des mises en page en Card Decks, Sass au lieu de Less...
A fast, simple & powerful blog framework
Made at GitHub, open source, includes a small Gruntfile for compiling SCSS, Autoprefixer for vendor prefixes, and Parker for CSS stats.
A modern responsive front-end framework based on Material Design
A dead simple, responsive boilerplate.
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