This post is about generating a framework-agnostic stylesheet for responsive design.
Building a responsive application can be a chore, especially when ready-made templates lack the specific design you envision. Even if you find a decent one, chances are you'll need to strip unnecessary features, leaving you with unused code and bloat. And forget about truly minimal stylesheets - most templates rely on frameworks like Bootstrap, adding weight you might not need.
Fortunately, there are alternatives!
In a previous post A dedicated site for Blog-Doc's documentation!, I shared my experience using the amazing Responsive Attributes to create the Blog-Doc documentation site with a remarkably lightweight CSS footprint.
While I love Responsive Attributes breakpoints, I recognized they might not suit every project, especially for developers comfortable with specific framework breakpoints. That's why I designed the Responsive Attributes Generator!
If you want to build responsive layouts without the framework overhead, but still leverage familiar breakpoints, head over to the Responsive Attributes Generator.
This tool generates a framework-agnostic stylesheet, empowering you to create responsive designs with ease and minimal styles.