MD Bootstrap vs Open Iconic: What are the differences?
MD Bootstrap: Free and Powerful UI Kit. It is a UI kit built with an aim to cut the time developers need to create their websites by taking all the best features from vanilla Bootstrap and enhancing them with a distinctive design from Google; Open Iconic: *An open source icon set with 223 marks in SVG, webfont and raster formats *. It is the open source sibling of Iconic. It is a hyper-legible collection of 223 icons with a tiny footprint—ready to use with Bootstrap and Foundation.
MD Bootstrap and Open Iconic can be primarily classified as "UI Components" tools.
Some of the features offered by MD Bootstrap are:
- Fully responsive
- Detailed documentation
On the other hand, Open Iconic provides the following key features:
- Bootstrap and Foundation ready
- Super small file size
MD Bootstrap and Open Iconic are both open source tools. MD Bootstrap with 7.12K GitHub stars and 970 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Open Iconic with 3.02K GitHub stars and 320 GitHub forks.