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I don't know what's wrong with using Bootstrap

*insert office dude meme*

And at this point I'm afraid to ask

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  • 1
    Nothing in my opinion.
  • 4
    As long as you understand how it works... nothing
  • 1
    @KnightsOfCode I was indirectly asking it here; I've been using bootstrap to build basic web apps as a small team of 2 devs. Our clients usually have no big tech things going on, but startup ideas, so it helps in reducing development costs for unnecesary SPA architecture, since template rendering works fine.

    But you know, maybe I'm not seeing something
  • 0
    Unpopular opinion:
    I HATE Bootstrap and similar frameworks. Maybe it's because it was forced on me during university and really poorly (and I mean piss poor) explained, but I never got to learn in more than just enough to pass the class. Today, I much more prefer to write everyrhing from scratch
  • 1
    @rewert not so unpopular opinion. At least 3 frontend developers I've worked with prefer native Javascript.

    Probably why like vue got popular so you can tell your boss you use a framework but you can use vanilla javascript where you like.
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