Twitter’s Bootstrap is undoubtedly the front-runner when it comes to open source frameworks. For my personal projects, I often find that I use only a small subset of the classes provided by Bootstrap. It’s possible to omit the sections you don’t need, but I wanted a simpler solution: Basscss. Basscss’ strength is in its ease of use and utility css selectors, not its out of the box looks.
For this post, I’ll be using examples from Basscss 8 beta5 and Bootstrap 3.3.6.