Semantic UI user interface is the vocabulary of web

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Every website needs a good user interface, so that we can easily interact with the webpage. It should be responsive and intuitive. In this edition, we are going to introduce you to Semantic UI.

Semantic UI is the language of the web for a modern front-end development framework and helps to create beautiful, responsive layouts using user -friendly HTML. It has a sleek and flat design, that provides a lightweight user experience.

Features of Semantic UI

Semantic UI is the language of the web for a modern front-end development framework and helps to create beautiful, responsive layouts using user -friendly HTML. It has a sleek and flat design, that provides a lightweight user experience.

1. UI Element: A basic building block of a website

2. UI Collection: A heterogeneous group of several elements, which can usually be found together.

3. UI View: A way to present common website content like comments, activity feeds

4. UI Module: An element where its behavior is an essential part of its definition.

5.UI Behavior: A set of free-standing actions not specifically tied to an element.

What makes Semantic UI, a cut above the rest?

Easy to Learn

The Semantic UI is very well documented and the website provides many examples for the different components, common language for parts of interface elements, and familiar patterns to make it a very attractive and helpful UI.

High-Level Theming

All UI components share sitewide defaults, which let you quickly change the look and feel of components. High-level variables make sure you aren’t specifying one to one matches with CSS properties.

Develop Once, Redesign Infinitely

Creating a site in Semantic means you never have to rewrite your codebase from scratch. Redesigning means retooling your UI toolkit, adjusting UI definitions, not creating entirely new HTML layouts.

Semantic UI or Bootstrap?

Now we come to the question of Semantic UI vs. Bootstrap. Which of these should you adopt? We give you an exact breakdown:

• Semantic UI reminds one of Bootstrap’s design style, but with an easier syntax.

• Bootstrap is come up as one of the most popular front end framework and open source projects in the world, but Semantic UI enters as a rocket with 3000 theming variables, 50 UI components, 3,800 Commits.

• Semantic UI one can design websites quickly compared to bootstrap

• Semantic-UI’s CSS manages to be even more user-friendly than Bootstrap, with CSS that’s easier for developers to read by resembling a more semanticlanguage.

• Semantic UI is a responsive CSS framework and a viable alternative to thepopular twitter bootstrap framework

• Font Awesome for its icon element which gives better option for choosing icons in Semantic UI

• Like bootstrap, semantic UI also includes modules for accordion, modal, popup and dropdown. But wait there’s more! Semantic UI added modules for checkbox, rating, shape, dimmer and awesome transition module

• Semantic UI design is better than Bootstrap, more clean, easy to use, strict coding,and useful components, lightweight.

In summary we can say that Semantic UI offers the following advantages: Almost no need to write your own css, Tons of components with API, Flexbox grid support, well documented. But it also has its disadvantages including a lack of angular support and material design support. In conclusion, we see Semantic UI as a new, fresh and in some aspects a unique addition to the landscape of front-end development frameworks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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