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What can Co-Design learn from other CSS frameworks? Question

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The Co-Design homepage shows the various elements of Co-Design very nicely and explains the usage. From my experience with other CSS frameworks like Bootstrap or Bulma, it's quite on par feature wise and could be used also outside of QPixel. One possible question would be, if Co-Design can still learn something from other popular CSS frameworks? Maybe others have features that look more elegant or are more flexible or are programmed more efficiently.

I don't have much experience with CSS under the hood but I can easily compare how the various elements look like and a bit also the design/usage philosophy.

In an answer here I would simply render the same elements in different frameworks and show them in order to compare them. But others can also compare CSS rules, if they want.

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