Most developers and designers are aware of Bootstrap and Foundation, but you may not have heard of a new kid on the block: Bulma. Discover how to use the Bulma CSS Framework to build beautiful websites with ease.
Let's face it, building the front-end of a website can be rather repetitive if you're doing it from scratch. Most developers and designers are aware of Bootstrap and Foundation, but you may not have heard of a new kid on the block: Bulma. In this course, Building Websites with Bulma, you will learn to use the CSS Frameworks help reduce some of the monotony. You will learn how to use the new CSS Framework to build websites and common layout components swiftly and with ease. You will see how easy it is to customize your website with the help of Sass, and the best part is you use only what you need. By the end of this course, you will likely have a new favorite CSS framework to build beautiful websites - Bulma.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Gary Simon. Welcome to my course Building Websites with Bulma. I've been a freelance designer and developer for the last 15 years, and I've worked with countless clients on a wide variety of projects. Bulma is a relatively new and quite robust CSS framework based on Flexbox and has become increasingly popular as a strong contender against other noteable frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation. In this course, you're going to discover how to use this powerful framework to build beautiful websites. Some of the major topics that we will cover include setting up a Bulma project, customizing Bulma, working with the Bulma grid, understanding Bulma components, and much, much more. By the end of this course, you will have great confidence going forward when using Bulma to build websites. I hope you'll join me on this journey to building websites with Bulma at Pluralsight.
Getting Started Hello, and welcome to this module where we're going to learn how to get up and running with Bulma. But first, what exactly is Bulma? Well, simply put, it's a modern CSS framework based on Flexbox. It makes the life of a front-end developer easy by providing a robust set of features including responsive Flexbox-based columns, modifiers, layout elements, user interface elements, and components. While we learn about all of these amazing features, we will develop this layout, which is entirely based on Bulma. And as you can see, it looks great, but there's virtually no custom CSS that was added. So if you're ready to learn let's get started.