Polymer vs. UIkIt vs. SUIT CSS



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Description

What is Polymer?

Polymer is a new type of library for the web, designed to leverage the existing browser infrastructure to provide the encapsulation and extendability currently only available in JS libraries. Polymer is based on a set of future technologies, including Shadow DOM, Custom Elements and Model Driven Views. Currently these technologies are implemented as polyfills or shims, but as browsers adopt these features natively, the platform code that drives Polymer evacipates, leaving only the value-adds.

What is UIkIt?

UIkit gives you a comprehensive collection of HTML, CSS, and JS components which is simple to use, easy to customize and extendable.

What is SUIT CSS?

SUIT CSS provides a reliable and testable styling solution for component-based web application development.

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Pros

Why do developers choose Polymer?
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Why do developers choose UIkIt?
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Why do developers choose SUIT CSS?
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Cons

What are the cons of using Polymer?
No Cons submitted yet for Polymer
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What are the cons of using UIkIt?
No Cons submitted yet for UIkIt
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What are the cons of using SUIT CSS?
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Companies

What companies use Polymer?
51 companies on StackShare use Polymer
What companies use UIkIt?
53 companies on StackShare use UIkIt
What companies use SUIT CSS?
2 companies on StackShare use SUIT CSS

What are some alternatives to Polymer, UIkIt, and SUIT CSS?

  • Bootstrap - Simple and flexible HTML, CSS, and JS for popular UI components and interactions
  • Material Design for Angular - Material Design for AngularJS Apps
  • Foundation - The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world
  • Semantic UI - A UI Component library implemented using a set of specifications designed around natural language

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