Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end framework for designing websites and web applications.
Bootstrap 4 vs. Skeleton Css , which is better?
As mentioned above, Skeleton is a lightweight CSS framework (or boilerplate, if you prefer this definition) created by Dave Gamache. More specifically, it's two CSS files: the popular normalize.css file and the skeleton.css file.
Difference and similar
Bootstrap 4$ 0
|Developer||Mark Otto, Jacob Thornton||Dave Gamache|
|Source model||Open Source||Open Source|
|Size||592 KB (precompiled zip folder)||8.11 KB|
|Icon set||Not included||None|
Bootstrap 4 vs Skeleton Css reviews
Bootstrap is developed to be instantly compatible with all sizes of screens, so you don't have to worry about which device the user is accessing your site from. Yet if you prefer, you can disable responsiveness of Bootstrap.
Although Skeleton is usually called a framework, it is largely a boilerplate. There are no extensive components list, nor are there any custom jQuery integrations. You get a simple, no-frills boilerplate that you can later customize.
Bootstrap is designed to get a site up and running quickly. Each of it's components is pre-configured to help with getting a site up and running quickly.
Bootstrap can be customized in a variety of ways. Either by overriding the default CSS styles with new CSS styles or by editing the .scss Bootstrap files.
Bootstrap is very popular and has a large community. As a result of this it is much easier to find help with anything you might need. This also gives you a treasure trove of prebuilt components to use and add to your site.