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What's the easiest css framework to make nice looking UIs in 2024? Is bootstrap still king? I was considering tailwind too but I don't think it has client side interactive components right?
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Tailwind does have components. I haven’t used them yet so can’t guarantee it’s not react: https://tailwindui.com Any reason you don’t want to pull something like react?
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No React to keep the tech stack simple Just building an MVP so for my use case it's not worth the complexity of bringing in react or any other frontend framework, happy to iterate quickly with just Django templates. But I do want the UI to look decent enough so it's not a distraction/ugly for the user
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Makes sense, let me know what you find! I also used to use Bootstrap before React came out so I haven’t had to reach for non-react styling since those days
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Update - Honestly for a drop in cdn solution it looks like bootstrap is still the way to go for reactive components. everything else seems to be to start a react frontend and load in these JavaScript components
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